These NBA stars want out.
Sure, most of them are savvy enough to avoid making their desires public, but you know they're dying to escape their current predicaments.
It's hard to feel bad for NBA players, no matter how terrible their situations might seem. Even in the worst circumstances, they're making seven figures a year to play a game. But everything's relative, right?
So for a few guys in the league, there are (again, relatively speaking) some real issues. Maybe they don't fit in with their teammates. Maybe they're grossly underpaid for how well they're producing. Maybe they had no say on the matter of where they ended up playing in the first place. Who knows?
In today's NBA, players can't just start complaining about their current employers without seeming like ungrateful malcontents. Ask Dwight Howard how it worked out for his image.
Fortunately, they can treat their workplace discontent just like the rest of us and be proactive about the situation. Bleacher Report has been lucky enough to get our hands on a number of resumes—just kidding, these are obviously made up—that unhappy players have sent out.
Every one of these high-profile job seekers is very well qualified, but for a variety of reasons, they're all terribly unhappy with their current contracts.
Here are a few resumes for NBA stars who desperately want out of their current contracts.