I don’t know what Mike Brown’s problem is. Andrew Bynum was shooting 100 percent from three this week (1-for-1), so why shouldn’t he take a three with 16 seconds left on the shot clock in a close game?

Sure, he hadn’t made a three in the first 376 games of his career, but still. Like Bynum said, “I made one (in Sunday’s game). I wanted to make another one. That’s it.” Sometimes you just want to make threes.

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  1. Hate the Lakers, love this kid

    • What about Bynum is really appealing?

      I really don’t understand Bynum sometimes. From all accounts he is supposed to be a pretty smart kid and he is obviously a big talent but sometimes he just acts so foolishly. I don’t even really want to rip him too badly for the three (stupid as it was) but I’m more irritated about his comments after the game.

      “I guess don’t take 3’s is the message. But I’m going to take some more,” Bynum said. “I just hope it’s not the same result. I hope that I make it.”

      He just doesn’t seem to “get it” sometimes.

  2. I think we have our Wanker of the Week.

  3. Mike Brown is either very courageous or very dumb with how he handles his squad. Seriously yesterday he had Matt Barnes AND Ron Artest on the court for the last 5 minutes or so of the 4th.

    It worked out, they got a win and both players somewhat contributed (big 3 by Barnes then a huge block by Artest/World Peace), but the man is playing with fire. You’re playing against the Warriors for God’s sake, punish them inside.

    But I’m not ready to fire him like many, many fans seem to do. They’re still 3rd in the East with a 7-man team (those last 5 players can’t do shit for this team).

  4. I feel like it would be easier to make a 3 when you’re 7 feet tall. Is that crazy? Is there math logic to it?

    • With most 7 footers seemingly unable to make free throws consistently I’d imagine 3 pointers are a bit tricky for them.

  5. The best part of this was definitely Ron Artest putting the touchdown arms up while Bynum was shooting

  6. u keep doin what u do andrew bynum, i feel ya

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