Some people see the players as chess pieces. Some people see the players as jazz musicians. Some people see the players as statistics. I can understand not liking a guy like Bynum, because the best aspects of his game cannot be quantified and relies on a depth of perception which detects intangibles. There is no "metric" for driving into the paint, splitting defenders and kissing the ball off the glass with your off hand. There is no metric to measure how sick an alley oop was thrown no-look over a much taller defender. Worrying primarily about things like height, instead of qualitative elements of play is what leads people to believe that Austin Daye is a quality NBA player and Will Bynum is not.