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Andrew Bynum should not blame Kobe Bryant. It was not Kobe Bryant's fault that Andrew Bynum shot three pointers and did not play hard. He think he is the best center in the NBA.
"I thought it really helped me a lot obviously at first, because he draws so much attention it's hard for guys to double team and key on you, so it helped me tremendously," Bynum told a group of L.A. reporters before the Lakers played the Sixers on Sunday. "Later, I felt I was able to get the ball more and do more things with the ball, so I could definitely see how it could stunt growth."
Despite not logging a minute with his new team yet because of knee problems, Bynum still has a very high opinion of where he currently ranks among the game's big men.
"Personally I think they traded No. 1 for No. 2," Bynum said, referring to the Lakers acquiring the 27-year-old Dwight Howard as the major part of the four-team exchange that landed him in Philly.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by superlaker24 on 12/16/2012 at 9:09 PM
By the end of his time in L.A., Andrew Bynum felt that Kobe Bryant's ball-dominant ways hurt his development as one of the league's best centers.
WhaTs "StUnTinG" His PLaY NoW???
MeMBeR SiNcE 9/11/2011
MaY GOD BLesS ThE U.S.C. TROJAN'S, AnD AMeRiCA,---FoR ALLL ETeRNiTY!!!
What a jackass. Dude still can't handle double-teams.
Gee...how old is Andrew? Still not playing due to knee problems which will only get worse as he gets older. Good luck playing for the 76ers kid.
I'm pretty sure going bowling when you aren't playing because of knee problems stunts your play also...
Kobe agreed with him.
It's probably true.
Still don't like Bynum though. Jackass
Was he the ball boy?
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