Found December 11, 2012 on Next Impulse Sports:
The most interesting man in the NBA, Andrew Bynum, opened up a little recently when he spoke to reporters on Monday and finally we got some insight into the thought process behind his hair. It was only two quick questions, but we will take it! How much higher can the afro grow? “Oh man, I want it to go forever, man. There’s going to come and point in time where it’s not going to be growing, so I might as well enjoy it while I have it.” Why flatten it like Dora the Explorer that one time? “It wasn’t Dora, man. It was ‘Pimp Named Slickback’ (a character from The Boondocks cartoon). No, I flattened it because it gets boring picking it out all the time.” So there you have it. [Deadspin via SixersDish] Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
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