Noone in here or anywhere else knows if any of these athletes are too good, but ok. We don't know how they are in their personal lives (of course I am not talking about the ones who make the news for all the wrong reasons, aka wife beating, brawls in bars, all kinds of trouble with the law). This map obviously portrays negativity that all these athletes have because of their choices while playing sports, not because of how good or bad they are as people. And it is obviously limited to the people who get a lot of time in the limelight, otherwise it would only have the criminals (and there are a few NBA players that have been such). So when it comes to how people judge them, I would bet it's because of 1) behavior on the court and 2) social media behavior. Kyrie gets the cake because of the latter.... with the flat earth, the antivaxxer status and now the antisemitism signs, it's just too much. LeBron gets the 2nd piece because of his narcissism and probably also because of his fans. I really can't ever think of a narcissist egomaniac as "too good of a guy". Draymond gets his "hate" because of his very intense personality which has caused negative incidents for him too. Durant's tweets and interviews also make him somewhat unlikeable. Simmons.... I feel bad for him honestly, especially knowing he has had mental health struggles. People hate on him for the sole reason that he was pushed by the media to be a game changer, and he turned out to be a role player. As soon as people accept this, then they should stop "hating" him, even if they are from Philly or NJ and they think he destroyed their otherwise good teams (LOL he didn't, they still suck).