During media day, Boston Celtics forward Glen Davis decided to show his resentment and anger regarding his lack of a defined role with the Celtics.
"I don't even know, I gotta find out what my role is," said Davis. "With Rasheed [Wallace] last year, I had to become a center. Now? I don't know. Do I become a [power forward]? Do I go back to playing the 4? We'll see."
Davis' agitated stance toward his uncertain role is bewildering considering the timing of his statements: the season hasn't even started.
"Now this year, you've got 5s, so I've just got to know what my role is again this year. [I've been] through some ups and downs with [head coach] Doc [Rivers], but as long as I find out what my role is, I'm going to do my role."
Glen Davis is in a contract year. He sees All-Star players alongside him in the rotation and is clearly concerned that he may be the odd big man out.
Here are five reasons why Glen "Big Baby" Davis should stop whining: