Kobe2006mvp wrote:Ive been to both SPL Games and have been impressed but not blown away by Bynum. I originally wanted to trade Mihm for a guard but when I think about it now, I think we need to hold onto him. I only want to hear back from people who have actually seen Bynum play this summer...do you feel comfertable with him backing up Kwame or would you rather hold onto Mihm?
LUUUKE wrote:did u forget bynum is playing with a bunch of scrubs?
imagine him with starters or in the 2nd unit...
i remember when D fish was put into the 2nd unit his fg% went down cause he was playing with a bunch of scrubs in the 2nd unit...
hoopschick03 wrote:Bynum is at the point now where the only way you'll see significant improvement is if he plays. He's gotta get the minutes.
crucifido wrote:The main hitch in Bynum's game right now is that the kid just plays flat out timid. He seems scared or just really unsure of himself at the moment./ A lot, I'm sure, due to his age, but with his size, I'd love to see him "go after it" a bit more.
Both of the first 2 SPL games, he was sauntering up and down the court and wouldn't really get rolling until he got shown up in the game by someone / anyone.
He needs a fire in his belly right now to take the next step.
MarkMadsen wrote: If they want to give him playing time, just send him to the D-League.
EQualizer wrote:phil jackson should slap him in the face before every game
i hope bynum doesnt turn out eddy curry style and play unmotivated, etc....
i wish bynum could play with the same passion as say, alonzo mourning does
crucifido wrote:Yeah, um, Wafer is going nowhere in the NBA.
He's a park player. Meaning he's great aginst lower competition, but as soon as anyone close to an NBA level comes up to him, he crumbles into a shelland looks completely lost at all times.
la3346 wrote:Bynum is fine. Did you know that Howard shot 35% in his first summer league? Amare averaged 14 and 6(13 and 8 is his 2nd summer league)? Bynum is already ahead of both, at this point.
KB8@CL wrote:la3346 wrote:Bynum is fine. Did you know that Howard shot 35% in his first summer league? Amare averaged 14 and 6(13 and 8 is his 2nd summer league)? Bynum is already ahead of both, at this point.
can we stop the comparisions. Bynum is also playing with a much lower competition.
dj vitus wrote:If fire in his belly is what motivates him to play, then he should be playing 30 mins a game in the NBA. The more times Shaq and Yao and Amare dunk on him, the more fired up he'll be and the more points he'll score.
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