Andrew Bynum limps away after Lakers' victory over Warriors
Bynum wasn't doing it out of spite for Mike Brown. The Lakers coach, consequently, didn't bench him for what would've been the second time in a week. But the shot proved troubling for another reason. It marked only the second field-goal attempt he had
Although the random three-pointer that Bynum threw up in transition against the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday seems like a thing of the past, it may have.
Lakers center Andrew Bynum plants an elbow to the cheek of Blazers power forward Kurt Thomas in the first half Friday night at Staples Center. (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times / March 23, 2012) By Mark Medina The smile on Andrew Bynum's face widened.
Kobe can see himself in Andrew Bynum now. Kevin Ding column: Some Lakers observers see immaturity and rebellion in Andrew Bynum now, yet Kobe Bryant sees his kind of ambition that must test established boundaries.
That ended Sunday when Andrew Bynum sustained a moderate sprain in his left ankle and had to leave the Lakers' 120-112 victory over the Golden State Warriors at Staples Center. Bynum was injured after trying to block the shot of Warriors power forward