Question I thought I'd pose - Bynum has yet to play this season. Philly may very well be tired of playing the waiting game, and may not want to extend a huge contract his way this next summer.
Right now, we have a very good defensive center, but Bynum is no schmuck defensively, and is easily the best scoring center in the league. He has post moves, a reliable mid-range jumper and is athletic. He also rebounds at a very respectable rate, and can block shots.
Houston had expressed interest in him during the Dwight Howard saga, with reporters are reliable as Woj pointing out that he would've been a fine consolation prize for Morey. The biggest concern, however, is health. Would you take the risk on Bynum in the summer if Philly didn't do everything to retain him? I think he'd fit very well with Harden and Lin, and he's incredibly young (turned 25 this year). Besides health, the other question is what do you do with Asik, but it's possible that we could flip him for a defensive upgrade at the PF spot (perhaps Josh Smith, although that's an entirely tangential supposition. But Lin / Harden / Morris / Smith / Bynum is a drool worthy lineup, just saying).
So what do you guys think?