Not in any ranking or draft
Height: 6'2" (188 cm)
Weight: 180 lbs (82 kg)
Age: 30.1
Position: G
High School: Alamogordo High School (New Mexico)
Hometown: Alamogordo, NM
College: Montana St
Current Team: Montana St
Win - Loss: 11 - 14

Basic Per Game Stats

Season GP Min Pts 2pt 3pt FT Rebounds Ast Stl Blk TO PF
M A % M A % M A % Off Def Tot
2009/10 25 29.8 8.7 2.8 6.7 42.5% 0.2 0.9 17.4% 2.6 3.9 66.0% 0.7 3.2 3.9 2.8 2.0 0.2 2.2 2.0


Euroleague Final Four Preview

Jonathan Givony
Jonathan Givony
Apr 30, 2008, 02:33 pm
Like a many players on Maccabi’s roster, Bynum already played in the NBA, spending some time with the Golden State Warriors after leading the D-League in scoring. Considering the way he’s looked this season, though, it seems like he’s in the right spot at the moment. A freakishly athletic undersized combo guard with limited perimeter shooting and playmaking skills, Bynum is still adjusting to European basketball, so you never quite know what to expect from him on any given night. He does put in a good effort, though, even if he’s very turnover prone, but at this level he’s a great weapon to have considering his shot-creating ability and game-changing athleticism.

Checking up on the European Scene

Dimitris Ritsonis
Dimitris Ritsonis
Feb 04, 2007, 02:13 pm
His teammate, the talented and athletic Will Bynum was acquired as the new starting point guard for the Israeli champions, but has been one of the most unstable players of the competition.

Blogging Through Israel (part five)

Mike Schmidt
Mike Schmidt
Nov 18, 2006, 11:49 am
Will Bynum had his best game of the season so far. He still had a stint in the second quarter where he turned the ball over twice when Joventut was making a run, but he was able to get right back into the flow of the game. Early on, Bynum had a spectacular play where he was fouled while going up for a dunk attempt, and the ball went in the hoop even though he lost control of it on the way up. Bynum’s adjustment to the Euroleague game is really noticeable, and he kept the offense flowing throughout the game. He also displayed some nice range on his jumper for the third game in a row, making 2 of his 4 three point attempts. During the points in the game where Maccabi need a basket to end a run, Bynum was the one to score. He finished the game with 17 points on 6/11 from the field to go along with 7 assists, 2 steals, and 4 turnovers. If Bynum continues to keep himself in control of the game, it is possible that he can make it back to the NBA.

Blogging Through Israel (part four)

Mike Schmidt
Mike Schmidt
Nov 16, 2006, 10:19 am
Will Bynum had another one of his games where he looks great at times, but out of control for stretches. He started the game by displaying some flashy passing ability, and picking up 3 assists in the first quarter. In the second quarter, he turned the ball over on 3 straight possessions, during a time in the game when there was 6 turnovers in a row overall. In the second half, Bynum started scoring the ball, and continued his hot shooting from the three point line. He was also able to draw 5 fouls, which led to 9 attempts from the free throw line. Bynum finished the game with 18 points on 5 of 9 from the field, and 5 assists. He also turned the ball over 6 times, making it the second consecutive game where his turnovers are greater than assists. It will be interesting to see as the season goes on if he can continue to shoot the ball well from the outside, and will finally be able to cut down on his turnovers.

Blogging Through Israel (part three)

Mike Schmidt
Mike Schmidt
Nov 10, 2006, 08:39 pm
Will Bynum played like his usual self for Maccabi. He made some very nice finishes inside, and his three point shot was falling very nicely. His penetration also led to some nice looks for his teammates as well. Bynum’s main problem continues to be the out of control play that led to 6 turnovers in the game (compared to his 3 assists). When he starts scoring a lot, as was the case against Roma, he gets into these zones where he feels he can’t miss. This leads to a lot of bad shots and out of control turnovers attacking the hoop. Many critics don’t think Bynum can adjust to the European style of play, but you can tell he is really making the effort right now. There were several times in the game where he was ready to make a drive inside, but decided to move the ball around instead, and he made the decision to pull back and run the offense a few times on fast breaks. Bynum ended up with 19 points on 6/10 from the field, 6 turnovers, and 3 assists in 30 minutes.

Euroleague Preview: Final Four Sleepers

Luis Fernández
Luis Fernández
Jonathan Givony
Jonathan Givony
Wojciech Malinowski
Wojciech Malinowski
Oct 22, 2006, 10:46 pm
The new American guards brought in to replace the often criticized Will Solomon and superstar Anthony Parker were Will Bynum and Rodney Buford. Both terrific athletes and potential 20 point scorers on any given night, they lack the same feel for the game that their predecessors possessed. The sub 6-foot combo guard Bynum is a highlight reel waiting to happen, a shot-creating machine who will go up and challenge any big paint in the paint, but he lacks true point guard skills, a steady perimeter jumper and particularly high level experience in such a pressure filled environment.

Draft prospects in the Albuquerque bracket

Jonathan Givony
Jonathan Givony
Mar 14, 2005, 04:09 am
Also not a serious prospect considering that he's a 5-10 shooting guard. His athletic ability and timely scoring can land him a good job in Europe, though. Bynum is Tech's best player when it comes to creating shots for himself off the dribble. He needs to shoot well, find the open man and play solid defense to get solid minutes for Tech in this tournament.

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