The reports of Bynum's disrespectful behaviour towards the Cavaliers organisation are not far off the truth after Bynum admitted to poor practice habits whilst with the team.
Bynum attempted to sum up what went wrong for himself during his time in Cavaliers practice: "It’s kinda like, if I send you to the grocery store and I give you three choices for peanut butter, you’ll probably pick one easily. But if I give you 25 choices, you might stand there for half an hour. Having it be too detailed may not always be the right thing."
The center also admitted to jacking up unnecessary half court shots during scrimmages because "He didn't like the call from the assistant coach".
Reported by Candace Buckner of IndyStar.com, Bynum said "I did them on purpose because it was over for me there."
Bynum is now with the East-leading Indiana Pacers and has promised to curb his attitude with his new ball club.
If the situation doesn't pan out in Indiana, its unsure whether Bynum will have a future in the NBA, it will probably be the last chance he is given, so its time the 26-year-old began to mature, and fast.