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So Andrew Bynum got serious when interviewed prior to the Lakers-Sixers game last Sunday - telling ESPN how he felt his growth as an NBA player was hampered by playing alongside Kobe:
"I thought it really helped me a lot obviously at first, because he draws so much attention it's hard for guys to double team and key on you, so it helped me tremendously," Bynum told a group of L.A. reporters before the Lakers played the Sixers on Sunday. "Later, I felt I was able to get the ball more and do more things with the ball, so I could definitely see how it could stunt growth." (ESPN)
But no matter how serious Bynum gets, we just can't get past his hair and the humor it offers. Maybe by Kobe "stunting growth", he meant the growth of his hair? :-)
Hey Andrew! The Department of Agriculture just called - they want their coconut husk back!
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