Andrew Bynum on future with Lakers: 'It really doesn't matter to me, I'll play …


By Dave McMenamin | ESPNLosAngeles.com OKLAHOMA CITY — After the most successful season of his seven-year career ended with yet another disappointing second-round playoff exit, Los Angeles Lakers center Andrew Bynum doesn't know what the future holds

By Tom Ziller – NBA Editor By Brian Floyd – Associate Editor Trade Andrew Bynum? If the All-Star center ever wants to truly blossom, he needs teammates who won't ignore him in the fourth quarter of must-win games. He needs to get away from Kobe Bryant.

By Dave McMenamin | ESPNLosAngeles.com LOS ANGELES — It really was fortunate that the Los Angeles Lakers ended up matching up with the Denver Nuggets because there was no better foil to contrast Andrew Bynum's dominating, breakout performance on the

Following the team's Game 5 loss that eliminated them from the playoffs, Andrew Bynum had some interesting comments. When asked about his future with the Lakers Bynum simply stated he would play anywhere, and that it

By Mark Medina The criticism came from all angles, and Andrew Bynum reacted to each of them accordingly. Magic Johnson made headlines by arguing as an ESPN analyst that the Lakers should fire Coach Mike Brown if the Lakers lost their first-round series

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