Greg M. Cooper-US PRESSWIRE
Although Bynum definitely changes the team's strategy in the half-court, the 76ers still have a potent transition offense that includes Evan Turner and Jrue Holiday.
Both Turner and Holiday will still get their opportunities on the break following misses or turnovers, but the half-court game will be much easier thanks to Bynum.
With Bynum down low, it will provide Holiday with way more looks behind the arc, and Turner will get more mid-range looks and continue to develop as a solid all around scorer.
Spencer Hawes will also welcome the attention Bynum attracts from opposing defenses considering he'll benefit from being left open while Bynum gets doubled.
Veteran three-point marksman Jason Richardson will also get plenty of looks thanks to the addition of Bynum. Overall, the entire starting five will have an easier job.
Their young, talented core ensures the Sixers will have a solid roster for years to come, and as the season progresses, they will only get better and develop a closer chemistry.