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    Andrew Bynum's 2nd Pacers game: 18 shot attempts in just 20 minutes

    Bynum always wanted to be the focal point of the offense in LA. But it seems the more shot attempts he has, the more inefficient he becomes as teams start fronting him.

    Is this going to be a problem for the Pacers come playoff time if Bynum decides to do what he was doing during Cavs practices, which was "shooting every time he touched the ball" ???

    Btw, he went 6/18 from the field. That's 33% shooting for a 7 footer.
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    Naw he's outplaying Hibbs to me. More points and broads so far

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    Uh...

    Don't they have other players that should be shooting more? I'm not watching the game so I don't know the situation. Is he taking good shots? I would imagine if he was acting a fool Vogel would pull him out and if worse cut him altogether. Maybe Indiana is resting some players? Were the other players struggling to make shots?

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    The Pacers big men outside of Hibbert and West aren't getting it done. Scola and Mahimi are struggling. Bynum should be taking around 13-14 shots a game. Not a big deal.

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    Pacers were down pretty bad in that first half and were trying everything to just get going. He was just rebounding and tossing it up out of desperation. They got it together and kicked the crap out of us in the second half but we were wrecking them in the first half with Villanueva, Jerebko, Bynum and Stuckey lol.

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    If he keeps this up he may start over Hibbert.

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    When him and Hibbert starts its over
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    lol bynum still played better than hibbert and that would be considered a ****** bynum kind of game. dude is gonna be balling come play off time

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    Lol I love Bynum. I seriously think he has bpd
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    Bynum is the best center in the league when he is healthy

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    *coughs* Brooke Lopez
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    Very few of them were questionable. Most of them were good shots, and some tip-ins that didn't go in. Don't let the 18 attempts fool you. Bynum has looked great in his two games. Hasn't been a problem and seems to like his teammates.

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    *coughs x 2 * Demarcus Cousins
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    Miami should be very worried in the playoffs they are one of the few teams that make Roy look like he's a good scorer I can't imagine what they would make an actual post player look like in a 7 game series. They have a lot of inside scoring I just don't see how Miami will handle it.

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    Bynum was at his best when he was an offensive glass crashing machine who defended the paint. Even when the Lakers started to use him more, his efficiency dropped, and while they gave him nearly twice the post opportunities that Gasol got, Gasol was vastly more efficient. Didn't make sense to me.

    At this point, he is just a fat *** who plays to make a paycheck. I really don't think he has a love for the game at all. He will milk $120 million out of the league just for being 7' with a pulse though.

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