Re: What's with all this pass the ball to Bynum and Pau talk?
Bynum has never been a good passer but he has a selfish gene in him as well. If he gets less touches, he stops trying on both ends. It's fact. Now when he gets the ball he is even less likely to pass since he knows he isn't getting it that often. People asking questions like this just need to look back a few years in history. It doesn't matter if Kobe makes 50% of the shots. If he isn't looking to involve others, the offense stagnates and when he does pass the ball, it ends up leading to crap. So people who know nothing argue "why pass it then"
see how that works?