In the age of social media, everything is documented.

Unfortunately for professional athletes, that includes inflammatory tweets about a team they'll eventually join.

A dude by the name of Terrance Ferguson was recently selected in the first round of the NBA Draft by the Oklahoma City Thunder.

In addition to being a fine basketball player, the 19-year-old also appears to be a fan of the Golden State Warriors.

And how did we happen upon this information?

Click on over to our mothership, The Daily Player, to discover the obvious truth.

All we can advise is, don't let this happen to you.

We do suggest, however, that you try our Fanorama store, where nary a discouraging word is heard from our merry customers. That's because they either a) do an awesome job of wiping their social media posts, or b) appreciate quality deals on nifty stuff like these studly, slim-fit workout shirts:

slim fit workout t-shirts

at $29.00 per, it's no wonder these are flying off the cyber-shelves!

And we track that stuff. We know they're going to repeat customers.

Not only does this warm the left ventricle of our hearts, it also makes us strive to keep them -- and hopefully, you -- coming back. We're just those sorta dudes.

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