Public figures can elicit a wide range of emotions when they are constantly in the news cycle. The most common response seems to be hate.
Certain players do not take any actions that should give people the right to harbor such disdain. Others simply cannot keep their foot out of their mouth or the arm of a competitor.
Then there is the phenomenon of "player hating." The most common definition of the term is to hate someone because of their success.
Hating someone because of their accomplishments is a reflection of the hater instead of the hated. However, the level of ill will is still genuine.
For a variety of reasons, the following 10 players are capable of working the crowds into a heated frenzy.