Twitter has given fans an insight to their favorite players they have never experienced before.
Before Twitter, the closest we could get to athletes' thoughts were through interviews and most of those resulted in premeditated answers. One can not argue Twitter has provided great entertainment value for for fans across the world.
However, there are a few players that should stay away from this social media phenomena. What starts as a personal thought can be seen by the rest of the world within a few seconds by a some taps on a keyboard or a touch screen.
Here are five players that should retire their handle and let their agents contrive answers for future interviews.