To measure the impact of ESPN's 30-for-30 "Broke," all it took was a quick glance at the Twitter timelines of the next generation of NBA prospects.
College basketball players from schools across the nation spent 90 minutes Tuesday night watching the tales of oversized entourages, money-hungry gold diggers and squandered fortunes with keen interest.
Some were shocked so many highly paid professional athletes could blow all their money. Others were less naive. To a man, however, they all vowed not to repeat the mistakes of their predecessors. Here's a sampling of their reaction below:
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