Gretorp: he gets so much hate and all the new comers to TL don't understand the work he has put into SC. Everyone judges casters by how similar they are to Tastosis, but fail to realize there are different styles of casting and commentating. His Terran knowledge is pretty deep and he's been streaming since before any of you knew what professional starcraft was.
Liquid Guys: Man, how the mighty have fallen. Liquid has never been the strongest team in the scene, but the results they've shown recently is not what we expect from our hometown heroes. Honestly, it seems to me like having BW experience in SC2 is hurting the Liquid team because like the TSL team, the mechanics are so easy for them that they slack in practice and training. They often seem unprepared and get surprised by builds very easily, but I think the SlayerS team has shown how BW level practice schedules are very rewarding. I especially want good results from HayprO, Tyler and TLO.
Destiny: I think he's a better player than most people expect and his infestor heavy ZvZ is exciting to watch. I''m not the biggest Destiny fan and his language/commentary peeves me sometimes, but I like rooting for underdogs.
Koreans: Everyone wants to see the Koreans crushed. They just flew 6700 miles to play, some of them the first time in a foreign country/tournament. These guys have dedicated their lives to starcraft, to a degree that US/EU players can't even understand. I don't want them to sweep 1-4, but I hope that they get to play good games in front of fans they've never met or even knew existed. Koreans love to travel and see the world, and Korean starcraft players rarely get to do that. I hope they see the level of respect and admiration we have for them.