went ahead and did the head to head stats:
bynum: 27 points, 10 for 15, 15 rebs, 2 blks
jefferson: 22 points, 8 for 16, 7 rebs, 2 blks
jefferson's 12 minutes when bynum was out:
12 points, 5 for 11, 6 rebs, 2 blks
Kobe Bryant 8 wrote:By the way, if you go by "last week average" in Yahoo! Fantasy Sports, Bynum is the highest ranked player in terms of efficiency.
Past 3 games: 22.0ppg, 13.3rpg, 4.0bpg on 62% FG and 86% FT
Kobe Bryant 8 wrote:Bynum is just scratching the surface of his potential. The kid is still pretty raw overall and he's putting up some elite numbers based on size and solid fundamentals, but he still doesn't have the overall IQ for the game yet established. In 3-4 years he's going to be an absolute BEAST.
knm131 wrote:Vasashi17 wrote:The only thing I fault Drew on is his position defense. Had Jefferson been in check, while Drew posted his offensive numbers, then the kid would be beastin' it. But till that happens, Drew still has to keep developing as a player. He still has a bit to go before we can dub him Andrew Byeast'em.
Of course, his help defense is amazing, but I still want to see his position defense improve (locking down the defensive boards and making the opposing center be less efficient offensively).
When this kid peaks, LA should have yet another HOF center on their hands.
Vash, when Bynum was finally taken off of Jefferson, AJ was 5-15 from the field. Then Gasol guarded him and scored most of his points against Gasol, save for a couple baskets in the 4th when it was all but over.
The LeBrons wrote:Like everyone else, I want to see what he does on the road @BOS and @CLE.
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