Chris Paul's Shake-Up Of Andrew Bynum Is Pretty Close To A Point Guard's MasterpieceEmma Carmichael4/25/11 2:55pmFiled to: NBA PlayoffsChris PaulNew Orleans HornetsAndrew BynumLos Angeles LakersFbBroken ankle dept30EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink In a big-to-little defensive switch in basketball, the advantage usually goes to the taller forward who can easily back down a misplaced guard for an easy basket in the paint. It's a simple, dependable play off of a switched screen or miscommunication on the defenders' side.AdvertisementBut if your point guard (or "point god," as he was repeatedly called on Easter Sunday) is Chris Paul, who is the kind of player who looks for opportunities to make difficult baskets and who generally converts them, and who has possibly the most controlled crossover dribble in the NBA, then your point guard can be forgiven for not looking for the big man on the block (and if you watch the block, you'll see that Carl Landry doesn't even bother to post up. Paul, everyone on the floor knows, is capable of creating a shot — even with a seven-footer in his face).It's an understatement to say that Paul played a well-rounded game of basketball last night; it was the most dominant guard play we've seen in the 2011 playoffs, which have been replete with dominant guard play. On Twitter this morning, NBA.com's John Schuhmann pointed out that Paul has been shooting at least 50 percent from the field from every part of the floor in the postseason. His triple-double last night (27 points, 13 boards, 15 dimes) made him just the second player, after Hall-of-Famer Oscar Robertson, to record 25 points, 10 rebounds and 15 assists in a playoff game. And incredibly enough, those numbers aren't far off for his postseason stats. Through four games, he's averaging 25.5 points, 7 boards, and 11.5 assists a game.