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Old 09-18-2013, 10:08 AM   #16
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Default Re: Andrew Bynum "nowhere near ready" will miss preseason

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He looks like a child, acts like a child, chances are it's his childish lazy ass that prevents him from getting on the court. Now if he had a Kobe mentality, he would likely of worked hard on core training and leg exercises to take as much stress off his knee and prolong his career.


he's reportedly been working his ass off in Cleveland, but in the spirit of your post he did have his first knee surgery as a child, as a 12 year old. He was born with f*cked knees. Not much he could do to prolong his career besides not play. Very different situation than Kobe. And how many players in the entire league's history have Kobe's mentality?
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Old 09-18-2013, 10:54 AM   #17
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He should take HGH. F.uck it. This guy seriously irritates me. He simply doesn't give a f.uck. He's truly a piece of shit. He doesn't care about basketball or the teams that take risks on him.
I believe that his issues are cartilage related. I don't know if HGH has been shown to regenerate cartilage.
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Old 09-18-2013, 10:58 AM   #18
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I believe that his issues are cartilage related. I don't know if HGH has been shown to regenerate cartilage.


it has not. Cartilage regeneration is like a holy grail of sports medicine. Doctors can regrow a type of cartilage in damages knees like Bynum's, but its different than the kind that we are naturally born with, and it doesn't work more often than not.
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Old 09-18-2013, 11:31 AM   #19
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Default Re: Andrew Bynum "nowhere near ready" will miss preseason

Take it from us sixer fans: old news
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Old 09-18-2013, 11:35 AM   #20
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Be funny if oden plays before Bynum.
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Old 09-18-2013, 12:03 PM   #21
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I remember when he was 17 i had all that big hopes about him, dude is a lazy douche. Waste of talent.
He wanted to be an engineer, not a basketball player. He started playing late in life. Even so, he worked hard at his game and became the best scoring center in the NBA and earned himself some fat contracts.

Now he probably is pissed because he didnt get to follow his engineering dream, even though he's a millionairre.
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Old 09-18-2013, 12:25 PM   #22
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it has not. Cartilage regeneration is like a holy grail of sports medicine. Doctors can regrow a type of cartilage in damages knees like Bynum's, but its different than the kind that we are naturally born with, and it doesn't work more often than not.
That's pretty much what microfracture surgery is btw
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Old 09-18-2013, 12:26 PM   #23
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He wanted to be an engineer, not a basketball player. He started playing late in life. Even so, he worked hard at his game and became the best scoring center in the NBA and earned himself some fat contracts.

Now he probably is pissed because he didnt get to follow his engineering dream, even though he's a millionairre.
Engineering requires a person to be smart.
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Old 09-18-2013, 12:27 PM   #24
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This guy has the easiest life.. Makes millions of dollars based on his potential, meanwhile he's smoking weed and going bowling.

Spot on
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Old 09-18-2013, 12:36 PM   #25
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Default Re: Andrew Bynum "nowhere near ready" will miss preseason

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what's up with these USA traditional big men and their fragile knees anyway?

That's what being over weight and eating a terrible chemical ridden diet and drinking water with Fluoride with do.
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Old 09-18-2013, 03:11 PM   #26
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That's what being over weight and eating a terrible chemical ridden diet and drinking water with Fluoride with do.
American diets are high in fat, sodium, protein and sugar... let's not blow sh*t out of proportion and make it seem like we eat 'chemicals' and drink toxic poisons in our water you spoiled little suburbanite. Our 'flouride' and other mineral enhanced water is actually INCREDIBLY clean and beneficial to our health compared to the non-developed World's water which is often infested with bacteria and other potentially hazardous microbiology found in runoff from unmanaged factories and/or human waste. The sh*t our water treatment plants removes or adds to our water is to keep us healthy and strong not make us weak. And while our food is prone to making us Obese, Diabetic, and at an increased risk for Heart disease there has certainly never been a single connection with that to any alleged stunted growth of our developing children's knees you dirty hipster.

Keep on 'fighting the system' though man . I'm sure you know all about 'chemicals' and 'flouride' and other evil corruptions in the food system - even though you've probably never spent a day in your life in a 3rd world village watching what real people have available to eat and drink
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Old 09-18-2013, 04:19 PM   #27
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Default Re: Andrew Bynum "nowhere near ready" will miss preseason

Bynum reminds me of a kid who basically keeps getting passed in school because the teacher wants them out of their class. So he plays hookey all day long and does whatever he wants.

Except instead of a teacher wanting them out of their class, it's teams that sign him and think that he's going to produce. He gets paid money to show up at a few games but for the most part sits at home collects that $.
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Old 09-18-2013, 05:04 PM   #28
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hawkfan Trade Scenario (where amazing happens):

Hawks get

Andrew Bynum (expirer - 2nd year non-guaranteed)

Cavs get

Kyle Korver
Gustavo Ayon

The Hawks get rid of Korver's bad contract and clear out minutes for Jenkins and Cunningham. The Hawks take a flyer on Bynum, hoping that he will be ready by playoff time (which is really all they need him for - 24 minutes in the playoffs per night).

The Cavs are looking to get into the playoffs and Korver helps them do that. His shooting, ballhandling and passing help round out the Cavs offense. For the Cavs, his contract isn't bad since free agents don't like going to Cleveland.

Trade works due to 150% matching rule and due to the Hawks being able to absorb Bynum's contract (will still be under the luxury tax).
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Old 09-18-2013, 05:26 PM   #29
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hawkfan Trade Scenario (where amazing happens):

Hawks get

Andrew Bynum (expirer - 2nd year non-guaranteed)

Cavs get

Kyle Korver
Gustavo Ayon

The Hawks get rid of Korver's bad contract and clear out minutes for Jenkins and Cunningham. The Hawks take a flyer on Bynum, hoping that he will be ready by playoff time (which is really all they need him for - 24 minutes in the playoffs per night).

The Cavs are looking to get into the playoffs and Korver helps them do that. His shooting, ballhandling and passing help round out the Cavs offense. For the Cavs, his contract isn't bad since free agents don't like going to Cleveland.

Trade works due to 150% matching rule and due to the Hawks being able to absorb Bynum's contract (will still be under the luxury tax).
Thanks, but I'll take a chance on the best center in the league when healthy as opposed to two role players.
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Old 09-18-2013, 05:26 PM   #30
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lol Bynum.
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