Andrew Bynum acknowledged his game 1 struggles and is ready to become more aggressive.
Bynum had 8 points on 3-8 shooting. In fact, other than Kobe, no other Laker had more than 10 shot attempts. Bynum talked about it after game 1.
“I’m just going to be so much more aggressive,” Bynum said. “I felt like I wasn’t aggressive at all – getting low-post position. Nothing. I kept letting them hit me first. It’s going to be different [in Game 2].”
Bynum is ready to demand more of the ball in the post.
“I’m a guy on the team that doesn’t know what I’m going to get,” Bynum said. “But I can definitely be more demonstrative, ask for the basketball and be more hungry inside.”