Fans and athletes react to ‘breaking’ fake trades circulating on April Fool’s Day
April 1 is quite possibly the worst day if you’re a fan of professional sports. It’s the day where pranksters take to social media and attempt to ruin the moods of April Fool’s Day victims by posting fake trades.
I mean, c’mon — real original.
While this day is dreaded by anyone with more than six working brain cells, this year seems especially toxic since fans are desperate to hear anything and everything revolving around the sports world and will eagerly chew on any inf...