Not even professional athletes can resist the ultra-popular app that built its popularity by allowing users to send disappearing photos to one another.
Snapchat's most infamous athlete moment arguably came when Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green accidentally posted a NSFW photo to his Snapchat story for the entire world to see.
However, plenty of other athletes post more wholesome content on their accounts.
Antonio Brown (ab84official) and Russell Westbrook (russwest44) are two athletes who consistently post new and entertaining snapshots of their lives on the platform.
But just like the rest of us, pro athletes also use the app to stay in touch with friends and family via selfies with goofy filters.
They also use it to follow their teams' official accounts, which will often post entertaining clips of the athletes at workouts, practices or games.
More than any other app, Snapchat may be where athletes are their most authentic selves.
For example, Memphis Grizzlies forward Chandler Parsons once posted a pre-game pump-up text from his mom on the platform.
From car karaoke to hot takes on current events, Snapchat is a place of freedom and creativity for many athletes.
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