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Andrew Bynum out indefinitely AGAIN!

Discussion in 'NBA Dish' started by KelvinCato13, Mar 21, 2014.

  1. KelvinCato13

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    Strong username to thread content ratio.
     
  4. KelvinCato13

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    Les Alexander still owes me money
     
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    First the WB thread and now this. Why are you celebrating other people's injuries? Show some class.
     
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    Those dancing bananas are class.
     
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    Regardless of what you think of him personally, his injury is bad for basketball. He was one of the last traditional 2-way centers in the nba. He had a beautiful post up game and could defend and block shots.
     
  9. J.R.

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    lulz

    <blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>Andrew Bynum got his haircut during halftime of the Pacers game tonight. <a href="http://t.co/LJqpbJzfWG">pic.twitter.com/LJqpbJzfWG</a></p>&mdash; whitney (@its_whitney) <a href="https://twitter.com/its_whitney/statuses/447182811582443520">March 22, 2014</a></blockquote>
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  10. JuanValdez

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    I'm shocked, SHOCKED, I tell you!

    His injury isn't even news. It was a foregone conclusion when the season started. Bynum is and has been irrelevant to NBA basketball for years now, except as a sideshow. It sucks that a potentially great career was sidelined early by injury, but it was. Basketball is surviving just fine. What do they say -- the cemetary is full of indispensable people.
     
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    :confused: There's no point to his talent because he was lazy and didn't even have passion for B-Ball in the first place. He got injured before he could even accomplish anything, tbh I feel more loss for Greg Oden, Yao Ming and Brandon Roy since those guys actually wanted to play bball.
     
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    That's because you along with most fans share some personal attachment to these players you don't know.

    I was speaking specifically about the loss of low post 2-way centers. As irrelevant as Bynum may be he was one of the few that had the skills to score in the low post and defend the paint. Yao was a huge loss to basketball for this same reason. Greg Oden was another Dwight Howard type, very mechanical.
     
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    Mark Gasol and Demarcus Cousins are 2-way centers every bit as good as Bynum. And there's also Drummind. It sucks he got injured, but let's not say he represents a dying breed...wee bit too over dramatic for me.

    Even without developing a bum knee, he lacks the motivation to be a great at anything

    Oh and Why not mention Bogut too
     
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    He can always go back to his second favorite sport :grin:
     
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    I am so shocked...that it took that long! Pacers should be very happy with the few freebie games out of him. ;)
     
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    Morey sure dodged a bullet not trading for this guy
     
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    I remember the time Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was trying to mentor this guy.
     
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    Andrew Bynum is one of the most immature characters in the NBA. He has not grown up over all these years.
     
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    Well at Least he wasn't bowling...
     
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    Good move by the Pacers to get this guy of the market. :grin:
     

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