I was curious how much blacks hated Duke. So I deliberately brought up Duke winning the NCAA BB championship at work. Not only did every black reply " I hate Duke" ,you could see the hostility in their faces. Only one black at work, didn't show intense hostility when I mentioned Duke. He happened to be a 24 yo professional BB player. He said he had played in the D League (the Minor League for the NBA) on the Rio Grande Vipers until very recently. I decided to be provocative, by vaguely suggesting Jon Scheyer was better than John Wall. I prefaced this with "John Wall is much much better than Scheyer (which I don't believe). I pointed out Scheyer had better stats than Wall, led the national champions in scoring , assists, and steals, and had a much better game against West Virginia. He asked me if I really thought Scheyer could play in the NBA . I answered by asking has there been a player who was the leading scorer on an NCAA championship team in the past 30 years who never played in the NBA. He actually said he didn't really think Wall was as good as he is made out to be. He described Wall as a "shoot first point guard". Since point guard is a position, that really requires a pass first guard, he admitted Scheyer made his teammates better while Wall didn't. He obviously knew BB. Imagine if this situation was reversed. If the NBA was 80% white and the NCAA champion's top scorer was black but was dismissed by most sportswriters and other alleged experts as someone who could not play in the NBA using expressions such as "undraftable" , " his game doesn't translate to the NBA" etc. It would be considered blatantly racist. But, of course, if it is a white who is being discriminated against, it's never considered racist.