He has no stamina... So he couldn't play Dwight's minutes anyway.
How do you know what he could play? I am saying when he is on the floor right now he is more effective than Dwight was at 20 years old. Bynum also doesn't have the benefit of being the first option on a bad team. If you compare Dwight right now at 22 to Bynum right now at 20 there are a few things Bynum actually does as good or better. He is already a superior passer to dwight and he is every bit as good at shot blocking. I will take Bynum in 5 years over Dwight in 5 years...don't know about 3 years though.
Dwight has already put up some sick numbers 30/15+ a couple times. Those are exceedingly rare numbers. On an average basis, it will be somewhat lower, but still outstanding. Dwight still has room to improve, yet he is already a beast.
So I predict Dwight will have better numbers throughout his career.
Is it just me or is Bynum flat out superior compared to a 20 year old Dwight Howard in blocks and assists and every bit as good at scoring and rebounding. Bynum just gets less minutes than Howard at the same age.
fact is, comparison isn't really as ridiculous as some make it out to be.
dwight howard is one of greatest athletic freaks to EVER play the game, which can't be taught.
but bynum has much better natural feel for the game, especially on the offensive, and also a nearly 7'2'' frame - which also can't be taught...now it's really up to him how will he use it. don't really know how much is his current weight, but at that height he might have about 300 lbs when he fully develops...which is more than formidable and would make him nearly unstoppable in the low post.
all being said, howard will surely become one of greatest, if not even greatest, rebounder ever, but i wouldn't be surprised to see bynum become better offensive player, since low post skills are becoming more and more rare, and bynum definitely has "that" rare natural feel for post scoring.