Which brings us to Tim Tebow.
Tebow was among the 17,461 crammed into Amway Arena on Saturday to see the Magic defeat the Cavaliers, 103-90, to advance to the NBA finals. Tebow was booed when he was shown on the Jumbotron.
But that's not the point. Larry Brown Sports is asking the tough questions, like how did Tebow get his prime seat? Wasn't former USC basketball player O.J. Mayo busted last year for getting comp tickets to a Lakers game from Carmelo Anthony?
Brown writes: "Now I'm not sure about his family’s financial status, but I'm guessing they don't have that much extra money laying around for their son to attend one game. When you're talking about similar seats to the ones that Tiger Woods occupies — and he's a professional athlete — something doesn’t sit right.
"Wasn't it O.J. Mayo who was busted for going to a Lakers game thanks to tickets provided by Carmelo Anthony? How is it that Tim Tebow — an amateur college athlete unable to work at a job — was able to afford such prime seats to such a big sporting event?
"Yeah, I realize it's kind of menial, but the whole thing seems pretty fishy to me."