That's why I said unchecked ego before I said misguided competitiveness. They both caused different problems in my opinion. The unchecked ego caused the locker-room arrogance, the unwillingness to restructure, and the blaming of team-mates for his struggles, but the misguided competitiveness caused the sideline pouting when he couldn't perform, the postgame rant, and the anger towards the system moving away from featuring him. I think he actually still believed he was a top player in the game....and it manifested in bad ways. But again....I don't want to dwell on this right now homie!