Found December 15, 2012 on
Beyond The Buzzer:
Andrew Bynum sure seems comfortable in Philadelphia, as evidenced earlier this week when he opted to wear slippers sans socks at a hotel bar before heading to a local upscale Gentlemen’s Club, Penthouse Club Philadelphia, for some late night entertainment:
According to the photographer, @DamePeriod: “Nah yo. Bynum gotta die b. He got on house slippers and no socks at the bar smh”
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The former Lakers center—who has made headlines for off-court reasons this season—made some comments regarding his old teammate, which Kobe responded to in turn.
The Philadelphia 76ers reportedly are looking for a new center. Andrew Bynum's knees have kept him out all year, so they may want someone to take his place.
The thing I love about Andrew Bynum lately is he will say whatever and he doesn’t care about your personal opinion, he lacks discretion and judgement and while it may displease 76rs fans, it’s a freakin delight to nearly every other fan base in the league. Sunday night the Lakers defeated the Sixers, and afterwards [...]The post Andrew Bynum: Los Angeles Lakers “traded No....
Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum took the occasion of a game against his former team to take a bit of a shot at former teammate Kobe Bryant. Bynum, 25 spent seven seasons with the Los Angeles Lakers, and he averaged a career-high 18.7 points last season before he was dealt to the Lakers in a four-team trade last summer. Speaking of playing with Bryant, Bynum told reporters...
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For someone who has yet to play a game for the Philadelphia 76ers or prove that he can be a difference-maker for their franchise, Andrew Bynum is awfully confident. While it’s still incredibly early, you could make the argument at the moment that the Los Angeles Lakers were better with Bynum than they are with Dwight Howard. A number of other factors are at play, but Bynum still...
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...
Andrew Bynum is 7 feet tall and supposed to be one of the NBA’s best centers.
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Andrew Bynum said playing with Kobe Bryant stunted his development as a player.
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