Andrew Bynum

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    Agree that he would be a great player if he wasn't always injured.  It would nice if he could stay healthy for an entire season. 
     
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    He has some Sam Bowie in his blood, that's why.

    The Lakers lost 3 straight games last week. Not because Bynum didn't play, but because they are still missing THEO RATLIFF. They were 8-0 before Theo went down.

    HAHAHA!!!
     
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    A limping Bynum caused us problems in the finals.. With such a history of injuries Im afraid he may be one of those players that never goes a full season.
     
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    Yep, the Lakers have won two straight championships with a limping, injury prone,  over-rated Andrew Bynum. You're right again, Duke. Scary if he ever plays a full season healthy. Know what I mean, my friend?
     
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    and he's especially slow getting started this year.  i was hoping that he would be back EARLY, because then he'd get injured in march right on time.  seems it's extraordinary if the chap belts out 50 games in a row.

    so maybe this year early april when he soils the sheets with some sort of injury.
     
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    Bynum is more of an illusion to Laker fans.  Somewhere they have the notion that he is superstar ready to burst out any moment.  He is not even a star, his length makes him effective in spots and a spot career is all he will ever have.

    The danger of Bynum and all the hype around him is that the league will send Chris Paul for this bum and say even up.    This I believe is coming with Stern taking control of the Hornets . The league wants a Laker Heat final and this is the only chance they have at it. 
     
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    [QUOTE]Bynum is more of an illusion to Laker fans.  Somewhere they have the notion that he is superstar ready to burst out any moment.  He is not even a star, his length makes him effective in spots and a spot career is all he will ever have. The danger of Bynum and all the hype around him is that the league will send Chris Paul for this bum and say even up.    This I believe is coming with Stern taking control of the Hornets . The league wants a Laker Heat final and this is the only chance they have at it. 
    Posted by concord27[/QUOTE]
    And the Celtics would trade one of your so called aging Big 3 for Bynum right now, including Garnett. In fact, there's no one on your roster that would be exempt from a trade for Bynum, no one.
     
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    He's a capable player in our system. He's not a star by any stretch. But he's a piece of our team, I believe we'd have trouble winning a championship without him.

    I don't think you'd see much more production out of him if he was with another team. Or if he was forced into a 'star' role in a team like Washington. I don't think he has that ability. Also have to look at his mental attitude. Realistically he should have had the surgery a couple of weeks after the finals. Not after going to the Football World Cup. This really showed where his mentality was at.

    Like a lot of big guys he is injury prone. I don't see that changing anytime in the future. In fact it'll probably get worse for him the longer he plays.
     
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    [QUOTE]Also have to look at his mental attitude. Realistically he should have had the surgery a couple of weeks after the finals. Not after going to the Football World Cup. This really showed where his mentality was at. Like a lot of big guys he is injury prone. I don't see that changing anytime in the future. In fact it'll probably get worse for him the longer he plays.
    Posted by RUWorthy[/QUOTE]

    isn't this the SECOND time that bynum has delayed surgery to the detriment of the team and its continuity?
     
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    Say all you want about the big man. The Lakers proved with 1/2 Bynum they could beat the Celtics. The Lakers would have won the the 2008 finals if Bynum had played.
     
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    Laker fans/media heap praise on this kid....meanwhile, Perk is called a "stiff"....but when it comes playoff time...

    Bynum  7.0 ppg   5.2 rpg
    Perk     6.9 ppg   6.8 rpg

    Playoff bests....

    Bynum  8.6 ppg   6.9 rpg
    Perk    11.9 ppg  11.6 rpg

    Perk is the better interior defender....not such a mismatch huh?

     
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    [QUOTE]Laker fans/media heap praise on this kid....meanwhile, Perk is called a "stiff"....but when it comes playoff time... Bynum  7.0 ppg   5.2 rpg Perk     6.9 ppg   6.8 rpg Playoff bests.... Bynum  8.6 ppg   6.9 rpg Perk    11.9 ppg  11.6 rpg Perk is the better interior defender....not such a mismatch huh?
    Posted by Duke4[/QUOTE]
    And like I mentioned above, you'd trade Perk for Bynum in a sec. Right?










     
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    RuWorthy is realistic about this stiff and he does supply size and some interior offense.  Mark my words this guy is going to NO for Chris Paul.  If he does it will be a replay of the Memphis robbery where something funny happened to the people who handle personnel for team trading with Lakers.  Lakers will take the favor and think nothing of it. 
     
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    If  Bynum is traded I predict he will be out of the league by the time his contract is up.
     
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    I agree with most everything said thus far. And I would much rather have Perk than Bynum for the record.
     
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    [QUOTE]I agree with most everything said thus far. And I would much rather have Perk than Bynum for the record.
    Posted by b12696[/QUOTE]
    Yeah, right, muhahahaha!!!!
     
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    Sounds like another young Western conference "star center"......
     
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