Another classic example of the overuse of the word "hater" in this thread.
The fact is he had one eye on another sport all along, then signs a long term deal with Perth. Always had suitors even during college from the other side. Four weeks between signing and leaving, that is barely a window.
That action is disrespectful to the Wildcats, NBL, BA and FIBA. This is professional sport.
If he becomes a star in his new sport that's fine, no one wishes him to do badly, or "hating". Actually as a bball fan it is irrelevant what he does outside of the sport because I don't follow it so makes absolutely no difference. It's the actions that came about with the switch which were questionable.
Some people really get too invested in one side and then emotionally hit out at legit critics with "haters", ftards, etc. Grow up.