Pistons free agent guard Will Bynum has reached a deal to return to Detroit, Ken Berger of CBSSports.com reports.
Detroit Pistons guard Will Bynum has been suspended one game without pay by the NBA for striking Indiana forward Tyler Hansbrough in the stomach during a game against the Pacers.
Detroit had just upset the Miami Heat and LeBron James was reviewing the game with reporters when he saved some of his most effusive praise for an unlikely recipient.
Will Bynum has a short-term memory when it comes to poor performances.
Will Bynum had 20 points against Boston Sunday while making his second straight start at the point but he wasn’t much of a playmaker. He had just one assist while committing four turnovers. He also allowed counterpart Rajon Rondo to rack up 14 assists.
Detroit Pistons guard Will Bynum may not be the tallest NBA player but he sure can dunk!
Will Bynum has been hot in the last four games, even though the club has dropped three of them. He is averaging 14.8 points and 4.5 assists during that span.
Chris Wilcox (hamstring), Will Bynum (hamstring) and Tracy McGrady (rest) all are scheduled to sit out tonight in the Pistons’ final exhibition game against Memphis.
Sources confirm to Matt Dery of 97.1 The Ticket that the Pistons have resigned Will Bynum to a three year contract worth 9.5 million dollars.