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Found February 19, 2013 on NESN.com:

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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

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2 Comments:
  • That is one lazy man. His hair is indicative of his level of preparedness.
  • What do you know about our hair. He's lazy because he wear it the way he was born? You don't have to approve of how he wears his hair it's his own personal preference. He gets paid to play ball plain and simple.
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