I may be in the minority, but I don't have much issue with RayJ doing what he's doing. Based on how the portal era basically has no rules or regulations and is pretty much a truly free market, the smart approach for him is to get the absolute most money for the best opportunity available. He's clearly keeping his true desire private and playing all sides against each other to get the most he can, and it's a savvy thing to do for the most part as the players have the power over the schools who are desperate to have him. I have a hard time seeing how this won't be somewhat the status quo for high end transfers until the rules change.
Overall hard to get upset with pretty much anyone on this aside for possibly Brad as the rosters he has been constructing recently are built on a strategy of winning whatever high end portal battle he wants to get into, and fact is, he's won a lot more than he has lost there it seems. So long and the short of it, we just need to sit back and see what happens. No need for animosity. Just welcome to the new age of college basketball. And for the record, I hate this new age, I really do.