So Dwight returns to his roots in Orlando Magic, at least for now, and emphasizes loyalty as the main reason behind his decision. Despite all the negativity which he has received for his indecision, it is certainly honorable to make the decision which probably required more courage than any other decisions he could have made.
Loyalty has historically been considered a virtue but most of its glitter has been lost in a material world which emphasizes self-interest, wealth, and power above and beyond all conceivable virtues.
Dwight comes from a good family with strong moral foundations, and it is not surprising that he, in his own way, connects loyalty with other aspects of constructs in life including friendship and comradery. He has developed a bond with a father-figure in Rich DeVos which seems hard for him to betray. Additionally, it is apparent that some form of mutual trust has been established between him and Alex Martins.
Is he sincere when he places loyalty above all in making his decision? Is he just afraid of the uncertainties associated with change? Is he taking a calculated pathway towards better future from a business standpoint, including winning a championship? I understand that selecting one option over others is not easy but what we are looking for is the primary element in shaping up the decision which was eventually made. Please give us your view in a simple poll, and add narrative comments if you deem necessary. Thank you.