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Lakers News, Rumors, and Recap: Bynum Leads Kobe-less Lakers Reviewed by Momizat on . Andrew Bynum keeps bringing the heat and his playing got him the Western Conference Player of the Week title today. Judged by his  playing over the last seven g Andrew Bynum keeps bringing the heat and his playing got him the Western Conference Player of the Week title today. Judged by his  playing over the last seven g Rating:
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Andrew Bynum keeps bringing the heat and his playing got him the Western Conference Player of the Week title today. Judged by his  playing over the last seven games, Bynum put up some pretty good numbers, averaging 21.8 points, 16.8 rebounds & 1.5 blocks. The past four games, all victories, have been without Kobe Bryant, adding to the value of this title.

During the beginning of Kobe’s absence, Bynum struggled a bit learning how to adjust without Bryant’s support. However, quickly becoming a Lakers powerhouse, Bynum figured out where to improve his personal game. We can’t forget Andrew’s career-high 30 rebounds against the San Antonio Spurs.

For more information, and for a photo of the live Lakers tweet, check out the recap here. Make sure you are following Lakers Nation on twitter!

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Has David Ebanks Earned a Rotation Spot? [Forum Blue and Gold]

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Metta World Peace is Showing Lakers He was Worth Keeping [LA Times]

Lakers, Mavericks: That was Fun… [Forum Blue and Gold]

Kobe and Vanessa Back Together? [OC Register]

Mavericks say Lakers Sweep Won’t Matter Come Playoff Time [LA Times]

No Kobe, No Problem [Silver Screen and Roll]

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Maloof Kills Sacramento Arena Deal [CBS Sports]

3 on 3 Preview: Heat at Nets [ESPN]

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  • ArnoldMalabananSuayan

    This is a good sign for the purple and gold.They need to maintain their winability before entering to the playoff.Let`s give them a credit most especially to Mr.Brown and his assistant coaches!

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