Thursday, March 29, 2012

Party Foul: Andrew Bynumbnuts

It's like déjà vu all over again.
Violation: Andrew Bynumbnuts pulls up for a three-pointer in a close game against the Golden State Warriors.

Explanation: No, the shot clock wasn't close to going off.  And no, the jumper wasn't even close to going in, although Bynumbnuts (yes, this is how I will refer to this idiot from here on out) held his shooting hand up as he was admiring his work.  I'll just let the video do the rest of the talking:

Punishment: Bynumbnuts was immediately yanked from the game by coach Mike Brown, and the kid has shown no remorse or affection to anyone else on the team.  If he's trying to pull a stunt to get traded, then maybe someone needs to remind him that the trade deadline has already passed.  This is his second party foul in as many weeks, and the ruling committee is frantically researching how many party fouls it takes before we can officially kick him out of the NBA.  I'm keeping my fingers crossed hoping that it's two.

Photo and video courtesy of the Los Angeles Times and YouTube


Reminds me of Zach Randolph...

"I don't know what was bench-worthy about the shot, to be honest with you," said Bynum, who had 11 points and five rebounds. "I made one [in Sunday's game]. I wanted to make another one. That's it. He took offense to it, so he put me on the bench."

Caleb just complimented Bynum; comparing him to one of the top PF's in the game.

Not one, but two articles this weekend on ESPN in defense of Bynum:


No thoughts other than the recurring one of which team would bring me less pain if they won the ship this year: the Heat or the Lakers. Maybe I'll get lucky with the Apocalypse before it comes to that.

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