Charles Barkley Does Not See Bynum Improving

The Los Angeles Lakers are fortunate enough to have an All-Star center in Andrew Bynum, and many people expect him to get better. Bynum is only 24 years old and it is safe to say that the big man is still growing both physically and mentally.

However, if you ask TNT analyst Charles Barkley, there isn’t much room for improvement for Bynum. Barkley believes Bynum will pretty much be the same player that he is now, Los Angeles Times.

“You don’t get much better after seven years,” Barkley said. “You are the player you are going to be after seven years.”

There is no doubt Bynum needs to be more mature if he wants to become the best center in the NBA. He has the skill-set to do it; however, it is up to him to give 100 percent effort every night.

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