Los Angeles Lakers superstar Anthony Davis called all his own shots. 

From the public trade request to the “That’s All Folks!” shirt, it was him saying I’ll dictate what my future holds. 

While some people may see this as a progressive step towards superstars controlling their own career, Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr thinks this move could have a detrimental impact on the NBA.

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During an appearance on the Warriors Insider Podcast, Kerr explained the importance of a player fulfilling his obligation to his franchise while still under contract.

Via Warriors Insider Podcast:

“I’m talking more about the Anthony Davis situation. Where a guy is perfectly healthy and has a couple years left on his deal and says, ‘I want to leave.’ That’s a real problem that the league has to address and that the players have to be careful with,” Kerr said. “When you sign on that dotted line, you owe your effort and your play to that team, to that city, to the fans. And then (once the contract runs out) it’s completely your right to leave as a free agent. But if you sign the contract, then you should be bound to that contract.”

“If you come to an agreement with the team that, ‘hey, it’s probably best for us to part ways,’ that’s one thing,” Kerr said. “But the Davis stuff was really kind of groundbreaking—and hopefully not a trend, because it’s bad for the league.”

According to this sports science blog, everything AD did was within his contractual right.

Davis had the right to request the trade and was even given a $4 million trade kicker that he eventually waived because it was included in his deal with New Orleans.

No one should be unhappy at their place of work.

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