trodgers wrote:Bynum has 10 points, 4 boards, 3 blocks tonight. He's my second favorite NBA player and my most favorite suiting up at present. Glad to see it.
Rooscooter wrote:trodgers wrote:Bynum has 10 points, 4 boards, 3 blocks tonight. He's my second favorite NBA player and my most favorite suiting up at present. Glad to see it.
As many know here... I've always appreciated his dedication to come back from injury and his massive growth as a player playing the hardest position on the floor. He developed quite an entitlement attitude toward the end.
If everyone can put aside the way he left here and look at what the gangly 17 year old became by working hard it's actually a pretty good story. Especially when you compare it to a guy that has all of the tools from birth and basically wastes it in Howard. One 10th of what Bynum did to get better in Howard's DNA and he would be unstoppable....
"Retirement was a thought, it was a serious thought. It still is," Bynum said after the Cavs practice Thursday at Temple University. "It's tough to enjoy the game because of how limited I am physically. I'm working through that. Every now and again I do (think about retirement)…It's still career threatening. I'm a shell of myself on the court right now. I'm just struggling mentally."
Doc Brown wrote:Varejao isn't a shotblocker though. I don't know if that's a fair comparison.
Doc Brown wrote:
Gosh damn do I miss this.
#Cavs center Andrew Bynum will miss the next two games to deal with a personal, family matter. Unrelated to his knees or comments last week
UPDATE: A. Bynum was excused following practice today to address a family medical matter. He will rejoin the team in WAS on Sat.
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