Being a professional athlete is a double-edged sword when it comes to interacting with fans. People shower athletes with admiration, while spectators of opposing teams bombard them with heinous personal attacks. Pros like Klay Thompson understand the rules of engagement, but going after a person's family is unnecessary. Yet, fans continue to cross that line. However, some say it's just the reality of being a public figure, and fans pay good money to be that close. Cry all the way to the bank. Who do you side with?
Do fans take heckling too far?
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