Lakers coach Phil Jackson doesn't believe that center Andrew Bynum can obtain his goal of averaging 20 points and 10 rebounds this season.
"Well, I guess it's good to have goals," Jackson said. "It's not possible. There's just not enough offense for everyone to do that kind of stuff."
Jackson appeared to be referring to Bynum's ability to score twenty points a game with offensive threats like Kobe Bryant and Lamar Odom in town.
"That's realistic, 10 rebounds, three blocks, some changed shots ... maybe a charge a game - those are the things we want to see happen with his defense," Jackson said. "That's going to make us a good team."
More mind games from PJ.