Found February 19, 2013 on
NBA fans have been greatly divided over Andrew Bynum‘s hair, so the still-sidelined 76ers center decided to do everyone a favor.
What he missed was that onlookers are not sure which of his bad hairstyles is better or worse — they’re more conflicted over whether he should keep the bad looks going or just cut his hair altogether.
Either way, Bynum, who attracted a lot of attention this season for a ridiculous afro and some equally ridiculous braids, has now combined both looks into one bad hairstyle. It’s either that, or he came out to talk with the media on Tuesday before he finished his basic grooming.
Image via @JordanRaanan
Andrew Bynum’s lingering knee injury has prevented him from playing not even a minute of basketball for the Philadelphia 76ers, but somehow he’s remained relevant this NBA season because of his ridiculous hairstyles. Tuesday he debuted his most freaky deaky look yet, a surefire contender for wildest hairdo ever… Wow, Bynum has reached a whole new level of awesomeness with...
Andrew Bynum plans on making his season debut for the Philadelphia 76ers this year, it’s just that he doesn’t seem to know when. The Associated Press reports that he’s a week or two away from practicing with the team. Bynum’s timetable has been changed multiple times this year, lets see if it does again.
Per Associated Press:
“I’ll definitely be back sometime...
Since Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum hasn't played in an NBA game this season, the only Andrew Bynum content that we have is his ever-changing hairstyle.Previously on TNLP, we featured his cornrow look and well during a Tuesday practice, Andrew debuted this look:Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde?(Courtesy of Last Angry Fan)
The Philadelphia 76ers may eventually get Andrew Bynum back this season after all. And by back, I mean see him for the first time. The club has not had the benefit of seeing Bynum play since participating in the blockbuster trade that sent Dwight Howard to the Los Angeles Lakers and Bynum to the Sixers. According to John R. Finger of CSN Philly, Bynum is confident he will play...
This past summer the acquisition of Andrew Bynum was met with excitement and enthusiasm, as fans felt they may have just found the future of the franchise. However, after months of setbacks, bowling injuries, and a seemingly laissez-faire attitude about his return to the court on the part of Bynum himself, that eager anticipation has given way to disappointment and distaste for...
The Philadelphia 76ers appeared to be a team on the rise after last summer — they’d knocked off the No. 1 seeded Bulls in the playoffs(*), they were involved in a blockbuster trade that netted them arguably the second-best center in the NBA. Yet more than halfway into the 2012-13 season, they’re four games out of the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference, and their now-probably...
Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum will have season-ending arthroscopic surgery on both knees Tuesday.
Bynum has not played this season because of bone bruises in both of his knees. The 25-year-old is an unrestricted free agent and may never play a game for the Sixers.
''After many months of rehabilitation and consulting with numerous doctors, Andrew and the doctors...
Though an aimed return at the All-Star break fell through, Andrew Bynum insists he will be on an NBA court this season.
According to NJ.com:
“I’ll definitely be back sometime this year,” Bynum said while sporting an interesting new hairdo Tuesday following an 80-minute workout at PCOM.
The injured big man couldn’t pinpoint an exact date. He believes playing 1-on-1 and 2-on...
Andrew Bynum has yet to play a minute all season, but at least that has given him plenty of time to try out several funky haircuts.
Andrew Bynum took his hair flair to new levels Tuesday as he met with the media sporting half fro/half cornrows:
photo via Jordan Raanan
This is my serious hairdo T…
According to an interview by NJ.com, Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum intends to get some games under his belt this season. His knees have posed as a major problem since [...]
50% completed hair style is 100% crazy!
The two biggest names people are waiting for in fantasy circles are Derrick Rose and Andrew Bynum, and it looks like they’re both farther away than was anticipated. Bynum felt pain in his knees after back to back workouts, while Rose said he was about 20-30% away (actually, he said he was feeling 85% on a scale of 110%, so hopefully he has an accountant do his taxes). Neither...
If any player in the NBA needed a stylist to save them from themselves its Andrew Bynum. I have honestly been amazed by his complete lack of self awareness, not to mention, does he know what a joke he has become?
Maybe its being in Philly and the ghost of Allen Iverson has entered his body?
Or……Is he an evil genius using his hair to distract us from real question?