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Will Bynum Bio

William “Will” Bynum was born on January 4, 1983 in Chicago, Illinois.

He is an American professional basketball player and is currently a member of the Detroit Pistons in the NBA. Wearing No.12 he plays the point guard position. His height is 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) and his listed weight is185 lb (84 kg).

Bynum’s career started at Crane High School in Chicago, he played for the University of Arizona. he was transferred to Georgia Tech after his sophomore season. In the off-season of 2005 Bynum signed a contract with the NBA’s Boston Celtics, and participated in NBA preseason play. He played for the Roanoke Dazzle of the NBA D League and was drafted 5th overall. He Won the 2005–06 NBA D League Rookie of the Year award.

Before the 2006–07 season Bynum signed with Maccabi Tel Aviv in Israel. He played for Maccabi and reached the Euroleague’s final in 2008, averaging 10.6 points and 3 assists per game.

Bynum joined the Detroit Pistons in the 2008-09 season.On March, 2010, after getting a 20 in a 101-87 victory over the Washington Wizards, Bynum became the first Piston in 25 years to record 20 assists in a game. A brief history of Bynum’s Career information is that at college he played for Georgia Tech, his NBA Draft 2005 / Undrafted and his Pro career 2005–present.

Bynum’s Career history showed that he played for Roanoke Dazzle (2005–06), Golden State Warriors (2006) and also for Maccabi Tel Aviv (2006–08). Some of awards won by him are, he led 2009 NBA Playoffs in Free throw percentage and also led NBA in most assists in one game (2009-10).

His 2011 Salary is $3,250,000. While being remained undrafted during the 2006-07 and 2007-08 seasons Bynum played in Europe. He was a member of the 2006-07 Maccabi Tel Aviv team that won the Israeli National Championship. In 2006 Bynum won NBA D League Rookie of the Year, and also in 2005-06 All D-League First Team while playing with the Roanoke Dazzle.
In his 135 NBA games Bynum averages 8.1 points on .446, and shooting with 1.7 rebounds and 3.4 assists in 19.5 minutes per game. In 2009 Pistons Cares Telethon he helped in publicizing, that benefited Feed The Children which raised nearly $500,000 to help feed Michigan families during the current tough economic times.


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