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With all due respect you have no idea what you're talking about. Both of my roommates grew up with Bayless in Scottsdale, Arizona and he has always been a stand up citizen in his community and a really nice guy at the local gym. He held doors opens, talked to every little kid who wanted to talk to him and played team ball in pickup games. He plays hard and gets the game. He's simply frustrated that he's a talented guard on a guard-heavy team.
Please stop with all the character judging on this forum. It really gets old.
I'm usually with BnG but on this one I'm not. I think pretty highly of Bayless. However I believe most of this perceived attitude is from when we drafted him. He didn't seem very .... excited. It didn't come off well, but I'm curious if that's because we drafted him, or because he knew he was about to be involved in a trade. Agents have an idea most of the time if their guy is about to be moved as he's being drafted.
So, I don't know for sure, but that's what I'm assuming the idea about Bayless's attitude comes from.