Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by roscoe36, Jun 1, 2013.
Bynum is the least of our problems.
If the team had a guard the coach had enough confidence in to play ahead of Bynum, meaning Bynum would get ten minutes or so a game, then sure. If he's going to play major minutes, then no, let the kid go somewhere else and give it a shot. He does some great things on the court, but for every good one there is one bad and one pretty bad.
Not when he's in with Drummond. Those guys are like CP3 and Dwight Howard when they play together.
Overall, here is Bynum's production per 48 compared to his counterpart on the floor-
Bynum: 25.0 points, 9.1 assists, 4.9 turnovers
Opp PG: 22.5 points, 8.7 assists, 3.6 turnovers
+2.5 points, + 0.4 assists, -1.3 turnovers
He has outplayed the competition with guys like Stuckey, Daye, and Villanueva surrounding him... and Dre.
I'd say that it's more accurate to say that for every 4 good plays he makes, he also makes 1 bad one, which is very normal.
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