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It wasn’t a shock that the Cleveland Cavaliers wanted to get rid of Andrew Bynum, but this story is hilarious.
If you’re keeping score at home, Bynum has gone from intriguing offseason acquisition, to trade chip, to trade chip that teams wanted solely so they could cut him to save money, to a possible addition to a contender’s front court, to a possible addition to a contender’s bench so another contender can’t have him.
The Lakers and Cavs are reportedly discussing a trade involving Andrew Bynum, who was recently suspended by Cleveland for being a jerk of some kind. While it would be intriguing to see Bynum try to resurrect himself — both physically and emotionally — in L.A., if this trade does happen, he wouldn’t get the chance.
Suspended for being a whiny brat, probably headed to Miami because he wants all the glory with none of the hard work. Speaking of hard work, who the hell photoshopped this image of Bynum’s head on LeBron’s body? Pick it up, internet! Rumors, intel, and tweets inside.
Will anything he does on the Cavs — aesthetically, basketball-wise, etc. — rival his past hairstyles?
It has been confirmed that Andrew Bynum — once a Laker, once a sort-of 76er — will now be a Cavalier. One question remains: How will he wear his hair to the press conference?
Andrew Bynum hasn’t played a game this year for the Philadelphia 76ers due to injury. But he has taken his hairstyle game to new heights. The number of crazy Bynum hairstyles has reached such proportions that they MUST BE RANKED. The definitive list of Andrew Bynum hairstyles, ranked from least crazy to most, after the jump.
Philly-centric blog Crossing Broad has an ongoing series, Bynum Spotting, in which they post various photos readers send them of Andrew Bynum in public places. And the latest is the closest anyone’s seen to Bynum playing basketball in a while.