Okay. I think the larger point is here is being severely overlooked.
It doesn't matter if Biyombo can become an all time great NBA defender or get as many accolades as Ben Wallace. My point was not to say that BB will have "career x" by mentioning Ben Wallace.
What I was trying to say is that I think BB has the very real potential of being a very high impact player predicated on defense, somewhat in the model of Ben Wallace. If you want to call it a poor man's Ben Wallace or whatever you want, I couldn't care less. He's showing a lot of defensive skills and good rebounding, and I don't think it's far fetched to say that he could be become one of the better defensive big men in the league. He could become the type of guy that is very disruptive on the defensive side of things and keeps teams honest inside on the offensive end.
Could he be out of the league in a couple of years and never do anything? Of course, but I think the trend is pointing to him having a good career as long as he stays healthy and continues to develop.