Just as always seems to happen, the hate-tweeters on Twitter have found their way to the computer or their cell phones, searched the tiny, calcified piece of baboon scat that resides where their brain ought to be, and pecked forth their venom in the direction of Andrew Wiggins.
You can read about it here and here, and if you are so inclined, feel free to direct a tart reply to any or all of them, particularly those who style themselves Kentucky fans. On behalf of all Kentucky fans of good will, I officially revoke their their membership in the Big Blue Nation.
I further wish them the experience of having a syphilitic rhinoceros pizzle dragged through their beverages from now until they either ask forgiveness for the sin of polluting our world with their presence, or mercifully for the rest of us, pass from it to their just deserts.
The madness inspires people to write such dreck completely escapes me, at least those who are not just writing because they hope to implicate an opposing fan base. Partisans of every sport may dislike other teams, but to spew putrid foulness like this at an 18-year old is about the lowest thing a person can do. This is why I say that Twitter is the Devil – it gives such Internet hooligans a platform to vent their infected spleens at the innocent.
These folks all deserve the collective designation, "Worst people in the world." I hope Wiggins ignores them, locks up his Twitter account, and immerses himself in finishing high school and enjoying his time at Kansas. He only gets to be a kid for about another year, and then he has to become a full-fledged adult doing man's work in a man's league.