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Andrew Bynum Putting on the Gloves & Doing Work

Fans can question Andrew Bynum’s health all they want, but one thing they can’t question is his work ethic and his dedication to becoming a better player every year he’s been in the league. We all remember the pudgy awkward 17 year old, but that boy has become a man due to his long hours working out in Atlanta or even from days like today where Andrew’s in the gym working on his footwork and hand eye coordination.

Andrew probably got the idea from watching Kobe in the boxing ring, so why not emulate the best if you want to become the best.

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  • Charles_loves_you

    guess watch out his gonna knock you out doing a game if his pissed.same way he did to Barea although he would hit you harder

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_DX2L4BAEZEK2FDR7AG573N66YY Ronald M

      You angels are something else always passing judgement! I wonder was you always a goody two shoe?  i bet if we went in your closet we would be very surprise how many skeletons would fall out ?

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_DX2L4BAEZEK2FDR7AG573N66YY Ronald M

      You angels are something else always passing judgement! I wonder was you always a goody two shoe?  i bet if we went in your closet we would be very surprise how many skeletons would fall out ?

  • http://twitter.com/MarkyBeeee Mark Barbadillo

    Who’s the trainer? Freddie Roach? lol

  • http://twitter.com/MarkyBeeee Mark Barbadillo

    Who’s the trainer? Freddie Roach? lol

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_DX2L4BAEZEK2FDR7AG573N66YY Ronald M

    Bynum is going to surprise a lot of Lakers fan who have underestimated him.  Just watch.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_DX2L4BAEZEK2FDR7AG573N66YY Ronald M

    Bynum is going to surprise a lot of Lakers fan who have underestimated him.  Just watch.

  • Oldmanflow

    What this shows is Andrew is dedicated to improving his game. He has dedcided to shed a few pounds and work on his footwork this off-season, and that’s a good thing. I’ve been a Laker fan for over a 25 years and all the great players use this time of year to strenghten certain aspects of their game. Magic Johnson wasn’t a great outside shooter when he came into league, but he spent an entire summer working on his outside shooting. A few years later he added his own version of the Skyhook. A couple years ago Kobe went down to Texas to work with Hakeem on his Low-Post moves. That’s what good players do when they want to become great. Andrew is showing that he’s wiling to put in the necessary work in order to become a great player.

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