The hype around Philadelphia's newly acquired center Andrew Bynum is getting a little too trite, but the longer wait yields even higher anticipation. The fans cannot wait to see how he will stack up against the rest of the Eastern Conference.
The big question that comes along with this is, "How will Bynum fare against the rest of the centers?" Lucky for you, there are reasonable explanations for this broad question.
In order to truly examine how well he can play and to assess this question, it is vital to establish the top tier set of centers that will compete with him. I narrowed them to this list: Roy Hibbert, Kevin Garnett, Tyson Chandler, Brook Lopez, Andrea Bargnani, Greg Monroe, and Nene.
All of these guys are definitely their own players, but I grouped some of them together because the pros and cons were very similar in certain cases.