From an outsider's perspective, it seems like NBA rookies have a lot of on-court issues to worry about during their adjustment to the professional ranks: The style of play, the schedule, new teammates, etc. But recently, several high-profile NBA rookies have opened up about one surprising factor that can derail a successful career: Conniving women.
Top pick Anthony Davis got the earliest lesson in the possible perils of certain females. The New Orleans Hornets rookie spent the summer playing with the league's top talent on Team USA, and he says some of the most salient guidance he received was about dealing with suspicious women. Davis told Sports Illustrated that the best advice he got from LeBron James was, "watch your money, and watch out for women."
Last week the NBA convened the NBA Rookie Transition Program
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