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Lakers' Andrew Bynum shakes off benching over taking bad shot.
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Lakers center Andrew Bynum was benched by head coach Mike Brown after a three-pointer attempt Tuesday. Said Bynum: "I don't know what was bench-worthy about the shot, to be honest with you."
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...
Most people would agree that Andrew Bynum is one of the top centers in the NBA, but his problematic attitude is an issue.
Bynum was benched by Lakers coach Mike Brown Tuesday for attempting a three pointer during the third quarter of the team’s win over the Warriors. Bynum apparently was feeling it after making the first three of his career Sunday against the Grizzlies, so he...
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...
Lakers coach Mike Brown benched Kobe Bryant during the game against the Memphis Grizzlies. Tuesday night it was Andrew Bynum’s turn. Bynum shot a three early in the 3rd quarter and missed it. Brown kept him on the bench for the bulk of the second half. The Lakers beat the warriors 104-101 (including 2 huge [...]
Andrew Bynum is lucky to have ducked the brunt of this blow, because it would’ve been a rather devastating one. Rudy Gay had his hammer cocked and ready, and Bynum recognized at the last possible moment. Well, almost… he didn’t quite escape from the frame in time to dodge a Poster of the Day (Rudy’s third this season, good enough to tie him up for first place!).
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...
LOS ANGELES The 3-point shooting escapade of Andrew Bynum may not have pleased Lakers coach Mike Brown, but it appears to have sowed a seed of inspiration in lumbering big men to seek out their inner Ray Allen.
Such was the case in the Clippers' locker room Wednesday night, when forward Reggie Evans approached center DeAndre Jordan.
"We need to shoot at least 10 3'...
Los Angeles Lakers’ head coach Mike Brown has come under fire over the past week for his two benching incidents involving stars Kobe Bryant and Andrew Bynum. While Bryant took his benching in stride not wanting the situation to become a media spectacle, Bynum took offense to his benching.
Bynum was benched during the Lakers’ win over the Golden State Warriors last night. Bynum...