Amir Williams prepares for big role

Originally Published: April 18, 2012
By Myron Medcalf | ESPN.com

When soon-to-be sophomore Amir Williams considers his future as Ohio State's starting center, he reflects on the professional trajectory of L.A. Lakers star Andrew Bynum.

Bynum averaged just 1.6 points per game as a rookie in 2005-06. This season, however, he's one of the premier centers in the NBA (18.7 ppg, 12.1 rpg).

Williams would like to emulate Bynum's improvement next season.

"His skill set skyrocketed the last few seasons," Williams told ...

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