When Will Lakers’ Bynum Show Some Consistency?

March 5th, 2010 by Tristan Sather Leave a reply »
Andrew Bynum sometimes looks like he is one of the best centers in the game while other days he looks very uncordinated—he looks like he is playing in slow motion.

I know it's only his fourth year but he hasn't improved for the last two years, and doesn't look promising. I know he is the fourth or fifth option but he could be more effective.

It still seems like Gasol and Bynum haven't worked well together yet, because whenever Pau is injured Bynum plays great, then when Pau comes back he doesn't do anything.

The Lakers are so big. They could be so much better down low. Several times yesterday against Miami, Gasol brought down offence of rebounds but couldn't finish.

Gasol and Bynum look like they don't know what they are doing at times during the game. Bynum shot four from nine yesterday and had five turnovers.

Bynum didn't have an impact last year in the playoffs averaging, six points and shooting 45 percent. Bynum really needs to improve on his post defence. He jumps way too much and if Shaq is back in the playoffs, there will be a problem.

Bynum needs to show more aggression on the court. After he gets ...

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