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Hedge maze corn rows?
Wasn’t it just last week that we were talking about oft-injured Andrew Bynum’s latest kooky hairstyle? There was that bit of ridiculousness, and now there’s this, a hairstyle that is more open to interpretation than a Jim Jarmusch film.
Sure he hasn’t scored a single point all season—these things happen when you don’t play one minute of one game because of injury—and yes, it’s fairly obvious that Bynum comes up with these funky hairdos to maintain what little relevance he has in the NBA, thanks mainly to sports blogs like this one who have nothing better to do than write about his hair. He doesn’t seem to have a problem with that, so why should we?
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As previously noted on TNLP, Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum hasn't played a single game this season and the most interesting thing about him has been his ever-changing hair style.During Saturday night's game against the Miami Heat, Bynum decided to show off his new do of mazed cornrows:(Courtesy of Last Angry Fan)
Andrew Bynum, who has yet to play, let alone practice with the Philadelphia 76ers this season due to knee bruises, did so on Saturday.
According to the Philadelphia Inquirer:
The long and protracted wait by the 76ers to get center Andrew Bynum on the floor ended Friday as the center participated in a spirited practice, according to multiple sources.
According to at least two of the...
Center Andrew Bynum has yet to make his 2013 debut for the Philadelphia 76ers. Still, Philadelphia’s “Plan A” remains re-signing the pending free agent this summer, according to John Finger of CSN Philly.“We have Plan A and I think everyone knows what A stands for. And we have Plan B and we don’t know,” general manager Tony DiLeo said on Friday morning at the Sixers’...
The wait is over, Philadelphia. Andrew Bynum has finally practiced with the team!Wait, isn’t that what everyone was waiting for?Guess it’s fair to say that the outlook for the Sixers’ season has changed slightly since they initially acquired Andrew. At first there were realistic, semi-confident talks about a trip to the Eastern Conference finals. Now, not so much. It’s been...
For the first time since being traded to the Philadelphia 76′ers last summer, Andrew Bynum practiced with the team on Friday. Saturday night prior to the Sixers loss at home to the Miami Heat, head coach Doug Collins gave an update on Bynum’s 5-on-5 practice and the news doesn’t sound promising.
“He looked like a guy who hadn’t played in nine months,” Collins said....
The Andrew Bynum hair watch continued on Saturday night, but this time the big man had his dome under control while the Philadelphia 76ers took on the Miami Heat. After combining his hairstyles earlier in the week for perhaps his craziest look yet, Bynum got things under control with a braid design that kid of resembled a corn field maze. Better than the half corn rows, half electrocuted look...
Andrew Bynum participated in a five-on-five scrimmage with teammates on Friday.
The 76ers continue to hope Andrew Bynum can be reliably healthy again.
Philadelphia 76ers big man Andrew Bynum has been missing all season long. It's due to injury so it's not like he's been underachieving all season. Bynum says he plans on returning this season, but head coach Doug Collins says Bynum's not close to playing at all.
After Bynum practiced with the team Friday, Collins wasn't thrilled about the possibility of Bynum...
With 29 game to go in the Sixers season, coach Doug Collins deemed Andrew Bynum “not close” after scrimmaging and practicing with the team for the first time on Feb. 22.
According to ESPN:
“He looked like a guy who hadn’t played in nine months,” Collins said. “I don’t think any bells and whistles should be sent off that he’s close to playing.”
Philadelphia 76ers head coach Doug Collins waited almost six months for Andrew Bynum to practice, and reports are that the result left the coach depressed.
Bynum participated in his first practice since being traded to Philly in August, and ESPN.com is reporting that Collins was left unimpressed.
“He looked like a guy who hadn’t played in nine months,” Collins said. “I don’t...
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Andrew Bynum has vowed to play at some point this season, but 76ers coach Doug Collins does not believe he is close to coming back.
Thaddeus Young says he expects to play Sunday evening against the New York Knicks.
Sixers beat writer Tom Moore wrote that Young will "probably" give it a go. Young has been out since injuring his hamstring on February 13. He was having a solid season, averaging 14.9 points, 7.4 rebounds, 1.7 assists, 1.6 steals and .9 blocks. If he was somehow dropped in your league...
If we can hop in the hot tub time machines, Andrew Bynum would be perfect for the Snoop Dogg “Gin and Juice” video. Still no timetable on his return, but he did practice recently.