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Thread: Has Andrew Bynum surpassed Dwight Howard?

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    Default Has Andrew Bynum surpassed Dwight Howard?

    Who's the best center in the NBA?

    I think its extremely close at this point, im starting to side with Bynum. All around Dwights still the better player statistically but Drew's the more skilled offensive player.

    I just wanna see some of your arguments before I vote

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    Yeah, I think Bynum is superior to Howard, offensively. Andrew has never had a full season with the Lakers (except this year) and yet he's shown signs of being a better post up player than Dwight who has virtually missed no games for his career.

    Bynum also seems to be as much a good rebounder Howard is at times, consistency is the key.

    But Defensively, Howard > Bynum all day.

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    Originally Posted by KingStarbury3
    Who's the best center in the NBA?

    I think its extremely close at this point, im starting to side with Bynum. All around Dwights still the better player statistically but Drew's the more skilled offensive player.

    I just wanna see some of your arguments before I vote
    Both are immature babies that can crush anyone with their bare hand. Bynum gets hurt too much. Bynum has games where he does absolutely nothing, very inconsistent. Dwight has never had Kobe or Gasol on his team.


    Dwight anyday.

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    Who's the best center in the NBA?


    To be honest, I would take Tyson over dwight or bynum. one is a primadonna the other an immature prick..

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    I agree that the both dont have the best attitudes but dwights is worse in my opinion. At least Bynum will be upfront and let u know what hes thinking, Id pick the more honest attitude anyday of the week over Dwight Coward.

    Tyson Chandler is my favorite center but honestly he doesnt belong in this discussion, Marc Gasol is better then him. Noah is too

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    Bynum is closing the gap and I think he's a better offensively player but Dwight is still a lot better defensively and more consistent.

    But barring any injuries Bynum's ceiling his higher than Dwights imo this is as good as Dwights gonna get while I can see Drew getting a lot better if he can stay healthy.

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    Howard, but andrew is finally coming along.

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    Originally Posted by KingStarbury3
    Who's the best center in the NBA?

    I think its extremely close at this point, im starting to side with Bynum. All around Dwights still the better player statistically but Drew's the more skilled offensive player.

    I just wanna see some of your arguments before I vote
    Howard isnt having one of his better years and Bynum played his best year in his career. Even with that, Bynum doesnt have the fear factor nor the athleticism as Howard.
    Put aside the dramas by both players, Howard is still the best center in the league this year.
    People forget how good the Magic were before the trading deadline. They were 28-16 or something and 4th or 5th best overall record before the bottom fell out of the team when they came playing at the MSG. Magic were never the same team after that. Five weeks of inconsistancy doesnt deminish the fact Howard is still a better center this year.
    If you ask any NBA coach who lacks a true center to choose between Bynum and Howard and play for them next season, it's really a no brainer.

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    Default Channing Frye

    When we picked Channing Frye, we could have had Bynum. Apparently Isiah made a promise to Frye. I did not want Frye and when Milwaukee was on the clock just before the Knicks, I thought they would take Frye. They -- I think it was Milwaukee -- picked Charlie Villanueva. Had Milwaukee picked Frye, I believe we would have taken Bynum.

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    Originally Posted by Oldtimer
    When we picked Channing Frye, we could have had Bynum. Apparently Isiah made a promise to Frye. I did not want Frye and when Milwaukee was on the clock just before the Knicks, I thought they would take Frye. They -- I think it was Milwaukee -- picked Charlie Villanueva. Had Milwaukee picked Frye, I believe we would have taken Bynum.
    :suicide:

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    I think Bynum has the edge

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    Bynum has let me down. So far hes been unable to deal with the pressure of his higher expectations. McGee has looked like the better center

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    Originally Posted by Oldtimer
    When we picked Channing Frye, we could have had Bynum. Apparently Isiah made a promise to Frye. I did not want Frye and when Milwaukee was on the clock just before the Knicks, I thought they would take Frye. They -- I think it was Milwaukee -- picked Charlie Villanueva. Had Milwaukee picked Frye, I believe we would have taken Bynum.
    He'd be in Denver.

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