Okay, let's look at the "data".
Lewis: 60 ATH, 40 SPD, 64 DEF, 22 BLK C in Man
Doe: 40 ATH, 55 SPD, 62 DEF, 15 BLK B- in Man
Bond: 67 ATH, 33 SPD, 54 LP, 16 PER A- in Flex
Bond probably uses the "interior" scoring equation which is most likely LP and ATH the most. Team Passing (which his two guards were above 60), SPD, PER, and maybe BH are all minor parts of that. That is going to be opposed by DEF, ATH, and BLK.
Bond becomes better at scoring that those two guys are at defending HIM, because of his higher ATH and their low BLK score. Also, the difference in IQ is significant.
If you just look at LP vs DEF, you are only looking at 50-60% of the equation. Those two are the MOST significant but the other factors also play a role.
Disagree with that, think I didn't do my due dilligence? Or do you think I don't know how the game works?