I believe Ben's problem with Flip primarily had to do with his inability to respect a coach that does not take charge. Flip lacked control of the team. It is unlikely that this is the scenario in Chicago. Ben wasn't a problem until last year although it was documented that he had differences of opinions with other coaches. Lack of respect is the key word here easybuckets. You can look the entire season for this Ben rebellion you're expecting. I don't think you will find it. At that point, will you drop this thought of yours that a player who once universally epitomized the concept of hardwork and team play has magically morphed into an egotistical, uncoachable, aging malcontent?