There is no where in my post where I show I was judging your city. Fans are not only from one city.
Let me rephrase , " Unfortunately SOME of the Raptors fans cheering for Kevin Durant's Achilles injury showed lack of respect and sportsmanship". I edited my post. Is that better?
I have no idea who Curry is and would prefer not to. I got that saying back in my high school days. I was an athlete. Was on all the sports teams. Was assistant coach of the boys midget league basketball team. I was approached by the Canadian Women's Pro field hockey team to be a goalie for them (turned it down). I was a trained competitive body builder (was too shy to go on stage). I was also trained in the 80's to be a diva in the WWF as it was known at the time. Not my cup of tea when it came to showing my body in a skimpy outfit in front of 1000's of people.
People seem to forget some times that athletes are human. Athletes get hurt, say something in the heat of the moment.
Now a days social media will not let you forget a bad day, moment you had as a human being. It's sad actually.
No, I do not watch sports of any kind and have not in over 15 years. But I do read/listen to news. I have opinions and I voice those opinions. I do not judge.