ZenMaster4President wrote:Ah... the difference in offensive games of Bynum and Dwight...
I know one is not playing... just saying that there were people who claimed that the difference is not that big and the difference on defense more than makes up for it.
I think those people has been proven wrong.
As were those that were pointing at "attitude problems" as part of Bynum's baggage. Well, Dwight has got them in spades as well.
IF Andrew was still playing, we'd be loosing the trade badly. And even with that - the fact that Dwight might bolt and this season may be over... we may still eventually come up as the biggest losers.
Shaq was right. Dwight is no superman.
a hundred percent agree, if bynum was still on this team (he might of not gone bowling) we wouldnt be 3 teams below the 8th seed let alone under .500.
although bynum was selfish and wanted the ball down the block, he can atleast score in the post consistently.
dwight misses the rim completely, let alone getting stripped because of his inability to fake left or right, or pump. its completely useless if he backs down his defender all the way into the paint wastes all those precious seconds on the 24 clock, and miss completely
call me crazy, but i never really wanted dwight, i mean if we get him great and i was excited. but i never lacked his lack of offensive game at all.
it amazes me how he wants it in the post when thats not his strength, to me thats the same thing as bynum wanting to shoot spot up 3 pointers