Lakers-Grizz Boxscore: July 8, 2006

Postby Kwame on Sun Jul 09, 2006 6:02 am

la3346 wrote:12, 5 and 2 in 20 min for Bynum ain't bad at all. It's a lot better than I imagined, from the early reports. Project his numbers to 30 min and he'd have 18, 7.5 and 3. Of course his fouls would equal to 9, though from reading the various reports, the consensus is that Bynum got shafted on a couple of those fouls.

People who expect Bynum to average 20 and 10 are unrealistic. Amare at 19 averaged 13 and 8, Howard 18 and 7.5, Bynum still has another year to be even as old as those guys, when they put up those numbers. Overall, reading the various reports made me a lot more optimistic again, especially about that part about where Bynum got back on one play so fast, independently observed.

No Howard turned 18 around draft time. He's only 6-9 months older than Bynum

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Postby nesli on Sun Jul 09, 2006 7:41 am

I think Bynum must focus on defense. I don't think he will ever be a dominant offensive player .

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Postby hype on Sun Jul 09, 2006 8:36 am

Murdock wrote:
la3346 wrote:Check out this clip: ... f.mpg.html

Well, obviously, Pinnock is the prominent guy, but pay attention to Wafer's ballhandling, it's improved. That IMO is the key to be able to exist as a guard in this league.

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Postby civilrage on Sun Jul 09, 2006 9:02 am

5 turnovers.
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