khmrP wrote: Tragic wrote: khmrP wrote:
Tragic wrote:I miss Bynum.
What exactly are you missing. ..hes not exactly killing it with philly.
His post moves, his lack of turnovers. We would have NOT our last championship without him. What's wrong with missing him? He's a superior center than Dwight and it's so obvious. Dwight has no skill in the post and he is so predictable. I've seen damn near every game this year and Dwight is god awful when it comes to fundamentals of being a center. If he knew how to keep the ball above his head on rebounds he wouldn't have the torn labrum he's nursing right now. I miss Bynum's fundamentally sound game. I know he's injured but i appreciate what he gave us while he was here.
so would that still be your sentiment if you were seeing Bynum court side in a suit right now? I bet it be more like you cursing mgmt./Jim for not having taken advantage of the situation and traded him when we had the chance
and you think Bynum would be giving his all for this type of offense considering how much better of a post player he was/is then Howard?
Well when the alternative is seeing Howard not give a crap
; playing effortless against our most heated rivals
; getting out rebounded by the worst frontcourt in the league
; laughing it up during a blow out against the clips
; taking shots at kobe through the media while not confronting him face to face
; and finally, making nash, one of the best teamates of all time, complain+question his actions
, thus destroying any recently built chemistry , having Bynum in a suit seems like the greener pasture at the moment.
At least Bynum would shut up and not complain about whose team this is during rehab. Howard's play+excuses the last couple of weeks were so gutless/despicable that he'd be better off in similar suit. Throw in all the jabs he threw at the media during that time about kobe and the team and it makes Bynum look like a saint in comparison.
When the lakers traded Bynum for Howard, they traded an immature center who gave inconsistent effort, had health issues, and wasn't worth the max, let alone able to lead the franchise post-kobe, for what they hoped was a center that was the antithesis of all those things.
Instead they got another immature center, who also gives incosistent effort, has health issues (back issue won't make him regain athleticism), still not worth the max (can you gaurantee he regains that athleticism?), can't lead the franchise (attitude issues
), is poorly skilled (
at his post game) and to top it off, is a big diva who's stupid enough to try and recreate Shaq and Kobe, the sequel