Found March 31, 2012 on
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Something must be in the air at Staples center. Both the Lakers and Clippers are rumored to be having internal strife in their locker rooms. Over in Laker land. It’s been said by the Daily News LA that Andrew Bynum has been working the nerves of Coach Mike Brown, teammates and Lakers brass. In what [...]
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When Andrew Bynum took and missed that ill advised three pointer on Tuesday night, we wondered aloud if Mike Brown was losing control of the Lakers. He had just benched Kobe Bryant and now Bynum was openly brushing his authority to the side. Things certainly didn’t look good for Brown.But according to a report from the Daily News, things are starting to not look good for Andrew...
Just as Andrew Bynum stepped foot toward the Staples Center exit tunnel, Lakers Coach Mike Brown cauight a glimpse of him.
It left him convinced the left ankle injury Bynum suffered during the Lakers' 120-112 victory over the Golden State Warriors on Sunday won't become what he calls a "long-term" absence.
"I think it's OK," Bynum said. "He...
Los Angeles Lakers center Andrew Bynum left Sunday's game against the Golden State Warriors with an ankle injury.
Bynum was hurt with just under two minutes to play in the first quarter. He underwent X-rays for what the Lakers termed a sprained left ankle.
The 7-foot Bynum entered the game averaging 18.3 points and 12.3 rebounds. He had posted double-doubles in his last two games.
One of the difficult duties of a coach is to manage the egoes of his players, more especially the big stars. Having the likes of Kobe Bryant and Andrew Bynum on your side doesn’t make things easy by any stretch of imagination. You actually have got your work well cut out for you.
They are top class with lots of achievements to boast of and of course the deep bank accounts to back...
Andrew Bynum walked out of Staples Center under his own power and told teammates the sprain was "not a big deal."
Mike Brown is the easy scapegoat. He's replacing Phil Jackson, the greatest manager of athletic egos in the history of sports. Brown is a defensive-minded coach operating in Showtime Los Angeles.
Whatever is wrong with the Lakers -- and there was plenty wrong the final three quarters Thursday night inside the Staples Center against the Oklahoma City Thunder -- must be traced...