Goozer wrote:shotcaller wrote:see this guy Goozer knows what bynum will do next year... bynum is just going to get better,better,and better next thing you know we got baby shaq!!!!!!!!!
haha thanks for the acknowledgement
lakeshow2k4 wrote:It's scary to think about some of the fans' mentality regarding Andrew. "He's baby Shaq in a few years" " He's going to get better".
I mean, I don't know what games/season you were watching but Andrew got worse as the season went on. Don't talk to me about a rookie wall either because he's 19 years old and did play summer ball so the "fatigue" excuses don't fly.
If we didn't have Kobe, I'd say sure let's see what the kid can do. Give him three, four years and let's see. But we do have Kobe Bryant and in case you missed it, he's pissed. And ANY trade worth anything will INCLUDE Bynum. Kwame? Vlad? Farmar? Prepare to receive garbage for garbage. You want stars? You want players? Bye bye Andrew. Bye Odom.
And one more thing about this kid. And I said this during last year's summer league. At least ACT like you care. Show SOME emotion. Yes, I know Kareem and Duncan don't show emotion. But they put up numbers from the beginning of their careers so you can't argue with results. Andrew mixes his so-so effort with his so-so game. He shouldn't be the deal breaker, he should be the deal maker.
Johnnyboy wrote:I still dont understand why people would want J.O. over Pau.
JO=huge contract,injury prone player,terrible Fg%
Pau=decent contract,great offense, ok defense. Way easier to get.
FlyWhiteGuyE wrote:You guys are getting off topic. Back to Bynum. I agree he's had some short bursts of greatness, but he needs to show more than a handful of great MOMENTS in season. He needs to show some great GAMES in a season.
They should have kept him in D league these past few years to get some minutes under him, or at least had him going back and fourth like they had Farmar.
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