Because what they're doing builds chemistry. Have you not noticed how much fun everyone is having? Even guys like IT and Channing Frye instantly gravitated towards the team the moment they joined. Some teams do it differently, but I'd rather have them having fun, developing bonds, and it'll translate on the court. It's now even a thing now that the league knows how much the youngins love clownin on each other. It creates a lighter environment of inclusion no matter who you are and can be an attractive destination instead of more tense environments like the Spurs or Philly at the moment with their situations. What's our story right now? Whether the one of the best players in the NBA wants to team up with another all star player.