”I feel like it’s my life,” said Bynum, who the Los Angeles Lakers took as a 17-year-old out of St. Joseph High School in New Jersey with the 10th overall selection in the 2005 NBA Draft. “I’m 25 and I don’t want to have no cartilage.”
Like batshit crazy loons, Philadelphia’s suits remain hopeful that Bynum, chosen as a member of the All-NBA Second Team last season after averaging 18.7 points and 11.8 rebounds in 60 games, will compete on the hardwood this spring.
“How much is he getting paid? Do I need to launch a grand jury investigation? It could be fraud, theft of services or robbery,” tweeted Williams, 46, the first African-American District Attorney in Philadelphia and in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. “Fans and ticket buyers need to know. 10-9-8-76ers!”
If Bynum wasn’t a dirty malcontent, it would be entirely understandable that he doesn’t “want to have no cartilage.”
Unfortunately for Philadelphia’s red-headed stepchild, Bynum is a porous man not deserving of any benefit of doubt.
Bynum is a legitimate, and superior, force in the paint when happy and mobile.
Regrettably, even in a shrunken league where the invaluable center position is nearing extinction, Bynum is a bum whose spent patellas make him worthless.
DiLeo must axe Bynum and begin creating a new organizational plan in the offseason.
In the meantime, although obviously joking, it would be classic if Seth Williams decided “to launch a grand jury investigation” aimed at the prickly Andrew Bynum.by