Found November 14, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
From Larry Brown Sports:
Andrew Bynum’s health has prevented him from playing this season, but his hair has managed to keep him in headlines.
The Philadelphia 76ers center was spotted watching his team play on Wednesday while sporting the ‘do you see above. I really don’t even know how to describe the thing.
Earlier this season, Bynum was sporting the Don King look.
But this new look? How do you even describe it? Is he going with the Ike Turner cut? Is it an ode to The Beatles? Is it taken from Moe of the Three Stooges?
I think Bynum does this intentionally just to mess with peoples’ heads, kind of like the way he was so insistent on shooting threes with the Lakers. He just likes stirring it up.
Here are other looks at the ‘do:
And courtesy of Beyond the Buzzer, we have the evolution of Andrew Bynum’s hair:
Photos via SB Nation, @Jose3030
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Tweet Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum hasn’t been quite the same since that hard foul he planted on J.J. Barea in the NBA playoffs back in 2011. Since then Bynum has stated that he’ll play anywhere because “there’s a bank in every city”, shot an ill-advised three-pointer in the second quarter (with time left on [...]
Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum said on Friday he's had another setback in his recovery from knee problems, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported. Bynum said an MRI exam conducted Tuesday indicated cartilage swelling in both knees and a bone bruise in his left knee. Previously, Bynum had been diagnosed with a bone bruise in his right knee only. Bynum also visited orthopedic...
If there’s one thing we can learn from this season, thus far, Andrew Bynum has questionable hair choices. The best part? He doesn’t care what anyone thinks about it; he clearly lives the ‘IDGAF’ life. So, let’s take a few moments and meander through the evolution of Andrew Bynum’s hair. Same ole Bynum. Same Ole [...]The post The Evolution of Andrew Bynum’s Hair (Photos...
With a loss last night to the Toronto Raptors, you would think Sixers fans have nothing to laugh at….or do they? Andrew Bynum took a trip to the beauty salon to give his Afro a Perm before the game last night, and it became evident that he needs some tips. Please never do this again…
Andrew Bynum's return has been delayed three times since September.
Coming off the best season of his career, a lot of folks predicted that Bynum would continue to evolve and mature into a full-blown NBA superstar this year – so far he has yet to even get on the floor. The good thing about doing nothing, though, is that it leaves you with plenty of [...]
TNT’s “Inside the NBA” does some brilliant photoshop work on their shows, but the image above may have topped them all. That’s analyst Charles Barkley sporting the Andrew Bynum hairstyle that’s affectionately been named a “YOLO fro.”
So how wore it better? Chuck, or Bynum?
I think that’s a good look for Chuck. He should think about getting a wig styled that way...
Bynum got a new Dew:
This just went viral a few hours ago, although I had seen this coming for awhile. Andrew Bynum, formerly of the Lakers and currently on the sidelines for the 76ers, recently got a new hair cut:
Now, for those who aren’t familiar with his hair evolution, please check out this diagram provided by SportsCity. I found myself surprised by his constant changing...
First off, I don’t care how many people goof on Sixers center Andrew Bynum‘s hair because it’s amazingly epic. There have been african-american athletes in the past that have rocked afros but they have traditional been in the puffed-out style. Bynum took his afro to a whole new level combing it forward when he sat on the bench to watch his Sixers lose to the Detroit Pistons on...
BOSTON — Doug Collins needed a leader, so he marched down his bench and grabbed the player that most closely resembled a leader for the Philadelphia 76ers. Almost forcibly, Collins inserted Jrue Holiday into the fourth quarter of last week’s game against the Celtics, who had cut a 16-point lead to four points.
With Holiday at the helm, the Sixers re-established their cushion...