He is a point guard for the Pistons if you don't know who he is. He has amazing skills to get to the bucket and can also pull up and make it. His dribbling skills are amazing he is also a very fast passer. This guy is lighting when he comes the bench he gets up and down the floor very fast. He pretty much beat Orlando in the fourth quarter of their game. He could not beat Toronto but still had a good game. So if you don't know him he is awesome.
I'm a big Will Bynum guy. He's explosive, plays tough D and good slashing to the rim but he'd be better if he was a true PG. But he's a good sparkplug as he is right now.
I have liked this guy for a while and I wondered why he did not get much time early on and I am glad he found a spot. If the Lakers were smarter he would have signed with them and they could have moved Farmar back when he stock was decent. I think Golden State had him at one point.
I wish I saw him play, but I haven't....I have heard enough people rave about him that I will check him out...speaking of Farmar, I'm a huge Jordan Farmar fan
livin in detroit and watchin him every game... i have to say i think hes got more raw talent than stuckey.... that being said stucky is a big strong dude for a pg... and i understand why hes the starter... but i think will bynum is a pg that could START on a lot of other teams... hes really good... and holds a few det franchise scoring records...
if u dont know who he is, he is Andrew Bynum's brother......lol jk... nah but ya this guy is sick boat load of potential
very good player..was even more explosive when he was overseas..more of a scoring pg ... im not sure he woyuld work very well on the lake show because hes not that good of a shooter and is a pretty bad three point shooter which you need to hit in order to be able to play in the triangle...but he is a very good explosve player inthe mode of nate robinson
how long has he been with pistons?
2 years..he only played 15 games for the team his first year..
I remember him before he transferred to Georgie Tech. They had a heck of a team.
Dhamp2...the greatest basketball mind in the world. Next to Hubie Brown anyway.
Yea he was apart of the GT team that went to the Title Game and lost to UCONN.
I'm from chitown and a big Will Bynum fan. Before there was a Derrick Rose there was Will the Thrill Bynum. He played for Crane High School (the same high school that Sherron Collins from Kansas went to.) He was one of the most electrifying players I've ever seen. He had an estimated 50 inch vertical and could do it all on the offensive side of the floor. He was the number 2 ranked player in Illinois behind Eddy Curry and ahead of Luther Head. I'm glad he has found his niche in the league. In the next couple years he will be a starter for some team. Below are some links of him from a illinois high basketball site.