I think this video is pretty self-explanatory, but I will explain it anyway.
The game clock is winding down, and Shabazz is screaming for the ball, waving his hands like his life depended on getting the basketball. His teammate decides to keep it and makes a dagger, securing the win in a hard-fought game. While the team dog-piled on one another, Shabazz storms off the court with an angry look on his face, seemingly irked at the fact that he wasn't the one that made the shot.
His bad attitude should be a huge red flag for the Blazers, enough so that he should be crossed off their list of potential targets. The video demonstrates that he may be the kind of guy that likes personal stats and fame, and as long as he played well it didn't matter whether the team won or not. Think Wesley Matthews would let that fly?
Obviously Shabazz would bring much needed depth and scoring ability to the Blazer bench. He would be able to contribute instantly and could be a decent option for another wing player. He can score like crazy and could turn out to be much better than he was at UCLA
Sure, maybe the whole thing was blown out of proportion, maybe Shabazz was just-- umm-- tired and didn't want to celebrate his teammates amazing shot. But we're still talking about the guy who lied about his age, is not that athletic and does not seem to care about the defensive side of the ball. Despite these traits, he is still a gifted scorer and has major potential in this league. Does he bring to the table what the Blazers need to compete?