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Professional Athletes Respond Via Twitter To ESPN’s Documentary, Broke


On Tuesday night, ESPN aired Broke, a “30 for 30” documentary directed by Billy Corben outlining the financial rise and fall of many professional athletes. After earning millions of dollars playing the game they’ve loved, countless superstars have thrown it all away.

“More money, more problems,” is the tagline according to ESPN. “Broke digs into the psychology of men whose competitive nature carried them to victory on the field yet seemed to ruin them off the field.”

During the 90-minute feature and shortly thereafter, professional athletes took to Twitter and voiced their opinions — good and bad — about Broke. Check out the list of tweets Sports Networker has highlighted, including one’s from the Miami Heat’s Dwayne Wade and the Philadelphia Eagles’ Michael Vick.

Tweet, Tweet: Players Recount Broke Through Social Media

ESPN Director, @BillyCorben, Talks About The Making Of Broke

Photo Credit: ESPN

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