last stand wrote:Psychobroker wrote:Armani wrote:Bynum's issues were never this big. Yeah, he randomly took a 3 once in a while, but it's not like he questioned the likes of Kobe. And now Nash, the ultimate team player. Haha, this guy is such a goddamn joke.
Correction - he randomly took ONE three... ONE, and we were leading by 6-8 points when he took it.
I hope this Howard rollercoaster gives all the Bynum critics some perspective. At least he gave us all he could all throughout the 2 chips and in the offseason. He ALWAYS came back with an improved game, even through the terrible injuries.
healthy Bynum (hopefully soon) >> Howard, and yeah, I miss the guy. Would he have still re-injured his knee had he not been traded? Who knows.
injured howard averages same statistics as healthy Bynum
healthy howard averages better statistics than healthy Bynum
healthy Bynum>healthy howard? nope, false
Yes, because Bynum actually cares to be better, take on a bigger leadership role, etc. Dwight seems indifferent about everything but his touches. At least Bynum has a case for increased touches, considering he was an excellent post option, excellent FT shooter, etc.
Dwight? Not so much.
Hopefully, last night was a sign of things to come... but that's the way this season has gone, full of tantalizing "what ifs".