|Tue Jan 17 2012||15:32||Will Bynum out Tuesday|
Will Bynum (foot) will not play in Tuesday's game against the Rockets.
It's Bynum's second straight game missed. He's going to need an injury to Rodney Stuckey, Ben Gordon or Brandon Knight to top 25 minutes per game at any point this year.
|Source: Vincent Goodwill on Twitter|
|Tue Jan 17 2012||07:56||Will Bynum returned to action on Monday January 16.|
Will Bynum returned to action on Monday January 16.
|Mon Jan 16 2012||14:02||Will Bynum listed as day-to-day|
Will Bynum (foot) remains day-to-day.
Bynum's right foot sprain does not sound serious, but he's going to struggle for minutes even when healthy. Brandon Knight, Rodney Stuckey and Ben Gordon are all in need of major roles right now.
|Source: Keith Langlois on Twitter|
|Sun Jan 15 2012||16:48||Will Bynum, Damien Wilkins out on Sunday|
Backup guard Will Bynum and forward Damien Wilkins are out for Sunday's game against the Warriors.
Bynum has a strained right foot, meaning more minutes for Brandon Knight and Rodney Stuckey, while Wilkins is out for personal reasons. Both players should be considered day-to-day.
|Source: Vincent Goodwill on Twitter|
|Tue Jan 10 2012||23:08||Will Bynum scores 20 off Pistons bench|
Will Bynum came off the bench for 20 points and three assists on 7-of-14 shooting in 25 minutes Tuesday.
Rodney Stuckey remains out with a groin injury, but should return soon. When it happens, Bynum will return to obscurity. Brandon Knight started and hit just 4-of-9 shots in the ugly loss to Dallas, but all four were 3-pointers and he finished with 12 points, five boards and two assists. He also had six turnovers, but is still worth a look in most leagues, especially while Stuckey is out.
|Tue Jan 3 2012||18:14||Bynum falling out of Pistons G rotation?|
Pistons head coach Lawrence Frank has settled on his top three guard rotation of Rodney Stuckey, Ben Gordon and Brandon Knight, leaving Will Bynum on the outside looking in.
Aside from playing in the final three minutes in a loss at Boston on Friday, Bynum has not played in the Pistons' last three games. Until Bynum works his way back into more minutes, we'd leave him on waiver wires.
|Sat Jul 16 2011||10:34||Will Bynum would 'consider' playing overseas|
Will Bynum, who played for Maccabi Tel Aviv in 2006-07, will consider playing overseas if the lockout extends well into the season (as his agent predicts).
"I think they (the league) had been planning this for a long time," said his agent, Mark Bartelstein. "You can't get a new deal in place if only one side is willing to negotiate." Basically every player in the NBA would 'consider' going overseas if the season is canceled, but only a handful of marginal players are likely to actually make the leap.
|Source: Detroit Free Press|
|Mon Jul 11 2011||10:29||Will Bynum interested in Maccabi Tel Aviv?|
Will Bynum reportedly expressed a "strong interest" in playing for Maccabi Tel Aviv.
Bynum spent 2006-08 with the team, and now EuroBasket reports that the point guard would like the opportunity to re-join the club and play with childhood friend Jeremy Pargo. If he departs, it's possible that Bynum could stay overseas even if the lockout is lifted before the start of the year.
|Mon Apr 11 2011||18:29||Will Bynum expected to miss rest of season|
Will Bynum is expected to miss the remainder of the season due to a calf injury suffered on April 6th.
The season's all but done so this isn't a big loss. Hopefully next season will fare better for Bynum.
|Source: Chris Iott on Twitter|
|Sun Apr 10 2011||16:55||Bynum (calf) sidelined for Sunday's game|
Will Bynum will be sidelined again for Sunday's game due to a calf injury.
Rodney Stuckey should once again benefit from Bynum's absence. Austin Daye should also get his share of minutes but he's too unreliable of an option.
|Source: Mike Cranston on Twitter|
|Fri Apr 8 2011||18:32||Pistons without Will Bynum (calf) on Friday|
The Pistons will be without Will Bynum on Friday, as he recovers from a calf injury he suffered on Wednesday.
Rodney Stuckey will come off the bench behind Tracy McGrady but should have solid value with Bynum out of the picture. If you're still scrapping toward the fantasy finish line, dump Bynum for a healthy player.
|Source: Dave Pemberton on Twitter|
|Wed Apr 6 2011||23:20||Will Bynum leaves game with calf injury|
Will Bynum left Wednesday's game with a calf injury and did not play during the second half.
He finished with four points and two assists over 14 minutes, and Rodney Stuckey came in and took care of business with 22 points, five boards, and 10 assists. At this stage of the season, he can be pitched to the waiver wire for a hot free agent.
|Tue Apr 5 2011||22:56||Bynum scores 14 points and not much else|
Will Bynum started again at PG on Tuesday, scoring 14 points on 4-of-12 shooting (including a three) with one rebound, two assists, and two steals in 32 minutes.
Rodney Stuckey was benched again and Tracy McGrady suffered a wrist injury, though he stayed in the game, but any way you slice it Bynum is a low-end fantasy play that carries some risk right now. If Stuckey returns Bynum could be minimized, but he also has some upside that we haven't seen him tap into yet.
|Sun Apr 3 2011||20:43||Will Bynum stays hot with T-Mac out|
Will Bynum stayed hot on Sunday with Tracy McGrady (back) back in action, piling up 20 points, three steals, two treys and one assist.
We have no word on when McGrady might return to the starting lineup, but Bynum is proving that he has starting-caliber talent. He'll be a nice source of steals and points anytime T-Mac limited. Bynum is worth a desperation look while we wait for coach John Kuester to announce a starting lineup going forward.
|Fri Apr 1 2011||23:27||Bynum returns from personal leave, starts|
Will Bynum returned from a personal absence and started for injured Tracy McGrady (back) and had 12 points, five rebounds, three assists and three steals on 6-of-9 shooting.
Rodney Stuckey was relegated to the bench, which doesn't make any sense to anyone not named John Kuester, and had just two points and three assists on 1-of-5 shooting in 26 minutes. We don't trust either player from a fantasy standpoint right now, but both are worth keeping a close eye on.
|Wed Mar 30 2011||17:14||Will Bynum (personal) to miss Wednesday game|
Will Bynum will miss Wednesday's game against Indiana due to family concerns.
Bynum's minutes have been spotty over the past month anyway. Bynum's absence only means more minutes for Rodney Stuckey.
|Source: Keith Langlois on Twitter|
|Sun Mar 20 2011||16:40||Will Bynum receives a DNP-CD|
Will Bynum received a dreaded DNP-CD on Sunday.
The Piston rotation merry-go-round continues. About a month ago it was looking like Bynum's stock was on the rise in Detroit. Now he's firmly in the tank.
|Thu Mar 3 2011||00:16||Bynum's value sapped as Stuckey back at PG|
Will Bynum, much like Tracy McGrady, has seen his value take an extreme hit for John Kuester as he has played 16 minutes or less in his last two games.
Rodney Stuckey is on fire and apparently is the team's starting point guard again. Unless things change quickly, Bynum has no value. Drop him.
|Wed Mar 2 2011||01:55||Bynum (personal) gets four 1st half fouls|
Will Bynum (personal) played on Tuesday, but had four fouls coming off the bench in the first half and finished with four points on 2-of-7 shooting with three assists and a steal.
He'll be better than this on most nights and, like everybody, has a shot whenever John Kuester consults with the magic 8-ball in his hotel room. For now, however, he should remain on waivers until he shows us something.
|Wed Mar 2 2011||01:26||Will Bynum returned to action on Tuesday March 1.|
Will Bynum returned to action on Tuesday March 1.