As Donte Greene knows all too well, try as we might to be the pristine, good-natured, feel-good fanbase that we know we can be, there's always going to be ogres in our midst that lack a certain perspective on the world.
I'd say 90% of Syracuse fans not only think Wes Johnson is making the right decision to go pro but also wishes him well in doing so. We understand the climate of college basketball and the near-guaranteed financial and lifestyle upgrade that comes with going pro.
8% of SU fans really think Wes should have stayed one more year to become the best overall player and win a title for SU before going pro but also get why he didn't. It's understandable that these folks would feel like this but it's the mindset of a college basketball fan stuck in 1994. That world doesn't exist anymore.
The other 2% is a mixture of folks who still live under the delusion that college basketball players "owe" the fans and the school something and those who, well...I don't really know what the other ones are thinking. Many of these people have Facebook accounts and voiced their displeasure over Wes' decision. Let's delve, shall we?
"should've finshied what you started"
So by that logic, shouldn't Wes have stayed at Iowa State and never come to Syracuse?