We developed a lot of respect for Sean May when he was in Chapel Hill, not just because he was such an effective basketball player, but because he seemed like a really grounded, decent guy. So we were sorry to see his career has taken another hit, as he'll be out for the season after another knee surgery. And he has no guarantees that it'll go well. And even if things go perfectly, the kid faces a grueling rehab featuring being hooked up to machine more or less from 9-5: rehab as full-time work.
That's harsh. The money's nice and all, but at this point, it has to be about more than money.