Mostly because they're on your team. Granted most of the current Kings all seem to be great guys but they're mostly young and new to the league. The truth as to their personalities along with conflicts and/or annoying traits tend to come out in time as they get more comfortable in the league.
Case in point Willie Cauley-Stein. He's become less likable with each passing year.
I have no doubt that Fox, Buddy, and Giles will continue to be great guys, role models, and team players.
Bagley I would keep my eye on. There are already some small red flags with Bagley including some reported friction with Joerger. His dad also happens to be a Lavar Ball wannabe. Not saying he's going to be a problem for sure down the road but some of the warning signs are there.
Soil Tumpsen is complaining today because he is not on some all-star team. Perfect example of what I am talking about.
"In sports it is all about results." We can agree to disagree. No it isn't.
Sports are supposed to be fun. It started with the Olympics. There is supposed to be sopme tradition. People are supposed to respect the game.
Sports are not life and death, they are games. Some guy can put a piece of leather in a hoop. In the scheme of things it doesn't even matter.
I don't know what word you were looking for here, but I'm positive that "ethics" is the wrong one. There's no chance that "unethical" means what you think it does, if you think that the word applies to the Golden State Warriors.