BadMofoPimp wrote:Why do most times there is a link for an article where a player does something or something happens to him, there is an picture of some guy in a suit? For example,"So so player gets pulled over for DUI." The player is African American and the picture shows some white guy in a suit. Sometimes, we want to know the player, not some behind the scenes suit who probably has nothing to do with the situation. Maybe, if the article mentioned how the suit guy is all frustrated by the players faults and needs to make a decision with the article being more about the suit than the player, I would understand. But sometimes, these pictures are absolutely ridiculous and make absolutely no sense.
Thanks for the feedback. We default to the coach or GM of the team the player is on if we don't have a photo available of the actual player.
Would it make more sense to default to a logo of the team?