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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.
Guns, Loud Music And Street Racing: Andrew Bynum and Andrew Bynum’s Neighbors Are Embroiled In A Nasty Lawsuit
Andrew Bynum, man of many pleasures, hasn’t taken too kindly to his California neighbors over the years, and his neighbors haven’t taken too kindly to him either. According to TMZ, the battle with his neighbors, Ramond and Cindy Beckett, has now reached the courts, with Bynum filing a lawsuit and the Becketts a countersuit.
Prized trade acquisition Andrew Bynum is out indefinitely and has thus far been a non-factor for the Philadelphia 76ers. Though his and the team’s future seems bright, the immediate climate is not so pleasant. Mostly because Bynum is out and about on the town, getting himself injured and contributing absolutely nothing to the 76ers.
In 2009, Andrew Bynum was a member of the Los Angeles Lakers. A rich member of the Los Angeles Lakers, in fact. The recent recipient of a four-year, $57.4 million deal, Bynum’s future in Los Angeles was secure for the time being. After the 2008-2009 season, which culminated in an NBA Championship for the Lakers, the team found itself in China for a goodwill tour. Oh and by the way, you can bungee jump in China.
I hate to say I told you so, but Andrew Bynum’s inability to stay healthy will be the demise of the Philadelphia 76ers. His right knee was already garbage and likely to keep him out until January. Now, it’s been revealed that Bynum’s left knee is now hurt as a result of going bowling. No, that’s not a joke.
Andrew Bynum’s not going to play basketball for a while yet, and he’s apparently decided that he’s going to use that time away from the game to get weird. Or at least, to get real weird with his hair. And it’s time we applauded him for that.