Athletes Whose Personalities Overshadow Their Talent

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Athletes Whose Personalities Overshadow Their Talent
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Sometimes, it's fine when athletes use their larger-than-life personalities to make names for themselves, especially when they don't have the talent to do their talking on the court or on the field. 

Other times—namely, when those personalities suck—it's just annoying. 

Professional sports are filled with Good Guy types who make us laugh, sometimes make us cry (in a good way) and give us moments that we'll never forget. 

But professional sports are also filled with suspect characters who will forever be known for something entirely unrelated to their jobs—like, for instance, bringing a gun to the locker room, or just being really, really dumb. And because of those indiscreet identifiers, nobody really remembers much of anything that has to do with their talent. 

Here's a look at the guys who will forever be known for their personalities rather than their skills—the good, the bad and the ugly. 

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