Kid Cunner said:
Yall always taking sh*t so serious around here. The concept is simple. He was a huge Kobe and Brett Favre fan when he was younger, thus the Lakers and Packers were his favorite teams. You can do your research back to the past, he's always rooted for them. Now being from New Orlenas, you don't have to be a diehard fan of the home teams, but you can still root for them when they aren't playing your favorite team. Is that really that bad? You can't support the teams of the city you are from, while still having favorite teams outside the city? Same goes for the Heat, Miami was a second home, he lives there now. Is it such a bad thing to support the team of the city you live in? If you ask him straight up he'll tell you Lakers and Packers over any team, but he has ties to his hometown and the town he lives in, it's really not bandwagoning to support those teams at all. He roots for the Packers over the Saints when they play, just like he roots for the Lakers over the Heat when they play. sh*t if I moved to Boston right now, I'd support the Celtics...why not? I can live there, attend games, and root them on with everybody else in the city. That doesn't mean they take priority over my favorite team tho. Lighten up.
Yes....it IS wrong.....not sure who goes besides those guidelines.......
You dont root for 'the team where you are from' or 'Im going to root for ______ because my thrird cousin plays for them'.........AND your team........kind of fu*kery is that?
Im from PA......I hate the Steelers with a passion
I guess its more of a case of me be an old school-legendary- hard core fan........Im new to all this multiple team cheering.....and I certainly dont pull for a team cause I respect a player on that squad