Yep...and, ergo, all the more reason relatively low key Houston would be good.
Another sign of his Karl Malone-ish nature (which I think is a decent analogy) is that another good situation for him is Atlanta, but apparently he doesn't want to go there because it's his home town and he wants to be away from there and his dad, who supposedly is some sort of domineering figure. Really? Daddy scares you?
I don't really have a dog in this fight, but I don't care who you are, family stuff can be complicated. I don't think it is fair to criticize a guy for not wanting to play in a city where his dad lives. We like to imbue in sports figures (or celebrities in general, really) a certain sense of power or dominance over their lives and circumstances, but the unique identities and hurts that can be present with family run deep. I just can't begrudge a guy, any guy, who'd prefer to live/work in a city apart from his family.