crazylakerfanforlife wrote:nba.com and espn.com got a video about him on the front pages. hes quickly becoming a recognized by the media as an allstar player.
There is no way people can miss this kid. He was on his way to stardom when he had the last injury. Then he came back in the playoffs, playing injured and some idiots started to write him for that. Now he's getting into form, back to the beast we knew last January. He's only 22, he's our star of the future as long as he stays healthy. He has been groomed as the Laker heir to Kobe and he's already the best Center in the West.
Some devious minded Laker haters have tried to mischaracterize him. His productivity and efficiency speak for themselves. He's an elite Center in this league and you have to be quite negligent to not notice that he has outplayed and dominated against every other center during the regular season. But like I said, there is a lot of anti-Laker envy around the country. They hate the fact that we always find a way to be the best team.
One sportswriter recently called Bynum's stats, "Duncanish" and there is reason for that.
Bynum's mentor and teacher: Kareem
Bynum's idol and role model: Tim Duncan
Bynum isn't trying to flashy, he's trying to efficient like Tim Duncan: those boring skills that bring home championships.