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Bynum has a lot of fluid drained from knee

Bynum has a lot of fluid drained from knee

Via the LA Times: Lakers center Andrew Bynum had a substantial amount of fluid drained from his right knee Monday, according to a team spokesman. Bynum had almost 2 1/2 ounces removed, after being slowed by torn cartilage in the knee for a little more than a month, an injury that has limited his time and effectiveness [...]

May 31, 2010 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 11

Trade Rumor: Andrew Bynum for Chris Bosh?

Trade Rumor: Andrew Bynum for Chris Bosh?

Via Peter Vecsey of the NY Post: A Lakers source told me the team had its sights set high, as usual, and planned to target the possible acquisition of Chris Bosh when it got closer to the 3 p.m. Feb. 18 trade deadline, and the Raptors might be more likely to move their Olympian/All-Star while [...]

January 10, 2010 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 16

Bynum moved to the bench

Bynum moved to the bench

A couple of years ago, all we heard was how the Finals would have been different if Andrew Bynum was playing. This year, with all the Lakers "faithful" praying to whatever evil pagan deity it is they've sold their souls to for a rematch, they'll have to find a new excuse when they get destroyed… [...]

October 7, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 17

Bynum Too Good For Kareem’s Advice

Bynum Too Good For Kareem’s Advice

Via LA Daily News: Has Andrew Bynum outgrown Kareem Abdul-Jabbar? For four years the relationship between the NBA's all-time leading scorer and Bynum seemed to be a productive one. Abdul-Jabbar took Bynum under his considerable wing, taught him post skills and footwork, while Bynum listened and grew into one of the brightest young centers in [...]

October 2, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 7

Lakers Success Hinges on Farmar, Bynum… Not Artest?

Lakers Success Hinges on Farmar, Bynum… Not Artest?

If the Lakers are going to repeat (typing those words makes me want to vomit), they are going to need a productive, stable season from Ron Artest, right? Maybe, maybe not. Unless Ron-Ron goes absolutely loco, the Lakers success will largely depend on the production/evolution of Jordan Farmar and Andrew Bynum, according to ESPN's Ric [...]

August 28, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 5

Blueprint for beating Kobe and the Lakers

Blueprint for beating Kobe and the Lakers

Chuck and I were swilling beers last night and talking hoops and just marveling at Kobe Bryant's 3rd quarter in Game 1 of the Finals.  Simply put, no matter how much we hate that guy, he put on an amazing show.  The Lakers looked unbeatable.  But… they're not. First, the Lakers have a horrible habit [...]

June 6, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 36

How the Celtics can beat the Lakers again

How the Celtics can beat the Lakers again

Getty Images Yes, the Celtics are out fishing right now.  But they could soon be joined by the Lakers… and they'd have a hand in making that happen.  That's because the Nuggets are trying to use the blueprint the Celtics created for beating the Lakers. “Boston was so much more physical than they were,” Billups [...]

May 26, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 15