Sometimes, the best thing to do is to part ways for both parties. For DMC, hopefully he will learn from this situation (which may have cost him millions) and maybe look himself in the mirror and get the help he needs to control his anger issues. He has always been an awesome player, but I was constantly worried that after a great play, he would make a stupid foul or glare at an official and get a technical, when his team needed him the most. Great player, but his lack of self control was detrimental to his team. Like Rasheed Wallace, who didn't learn to better control his emotions until he was traded. I think that "light" goes off sometimes, when you find out that you are no longer "untouchable". Hopefully, DMC will go on to have a great career and find his inner peace and that self control that will enable him to get that next level, unfortunately it never happened in Sacramento.