I am implying this: An unhappy player isn't a good thing. Bynum was held up his whole career. The last couple of years he displayed that with the hit on Barea and ripping his jersey off, etc. The dude wasn't happy with the role he had for a while. Phil benched him the end of the 4th quarters etc. It stemmed from a ways back, not just this last season. Thus my argument is solid...
Your argument doesn't exist. Your whole foundation is that the lakers traded a player who is better and was willing to sign an extension for a worse player who will test free agency
That's you asinine premise
And it's just that asinine