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How We Set Up Our Professional Athletes to Fail

June 14, 2017

“Athletes are prone to the same culture as everyone else, and society today places a huge emphasis on material items,”
says Gary Williams.

Keon Clark played in the NBA for six years, which is about the average length of a career in professional sports. He wasn’t forced out of the game by injury or the churn of time and the erosion of his skills. He left at 28 years old, still talented and capable enough to play, but unable to make it past halftime without a drink. To read the full article click here: Read more . . .