Jason Whitlock writes about the sports world for FOX sports. He is an African-American male and his articles-- often on subject matters that other writers have little courage to address--are well-written, albeit sometimes tainted with bombastic adverbs and adjectives. Recently Jason caused a firestorm in the media world for an article he wrote suggesting that the San Antonio Spurs were a better team than the Miami Heat, even though the Heat had better individual players. The reason the Spurts were a better team is because they were more coachable. The Heat players, particularly LeBron James and Dwayne Wade, had "difficult upbringings (that) make it hard for them to trust and submit to the will of authority figures. We know James was raised by a teenage mother who had some problems. We know Wade’s mom had problems with drugs and Wade credits an older sister for his upbringing. Jason goes on to point out that LeBron James and Dwayne Wade are his two favorite players, and he thinks they are "good" men, but his admiration for them does not negate his belief that their upbringing impacts their team.