Professional athletes have the ability to buy pretty much anything they want, especially once they get their second contract. Of course, they also have the ability to blow money on the simplest things—such as silly games—without caring too much.
Former basketball player and current ESPN analyst Jay Williams recently revealed just how free-flowing money is in the NBA.
Williams was selected by the Chicago Bulls with the No. 2 overall pick in the 2002 NBA draft. Although big things were expected out of him, he played just one season in the league. His professional career didn't last long, but he did get a chance to see what life in the NBA is like.
The 33-year-old Williams recently went on The Brilliant Idiots podcast and revealed that players would drop $20,000 on a game of "Rock, Paper, Scissors" and other similar games. (Warning: Video contains NSFW language.)