Originally Posted by wang4three
Trading to open up space to an oft-injured and post prime Kenyon is not a prudent decision. I think a lot of you have a misperception of what Kenyon really is. His offense is not reliable (especially that jumper), but he does bring intensity, defense, and some rebounding/shot blocking. He's a smart player, and that'll definitely help any championship team.. but let's not forget his past. He's only played 70 games 4 times in his 11 year career. He's also older than Dirk.
Bynum's played only 60+ games twice in his career and the Lakers were prepared to hand him the keys to the future of the franchise before this Dwight trade business began. How many games a guy has played doesn't factor in.