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Video: The Reason Mike Brown Benched Andrew Bynum vs. the Warriors Reviewed by Momizat on .   Usually, you don't want your 7'1" center trailing on the play and then shooting a three. Mike Brown didn't think so either. When a team is talking about   Usually, you don't want your 7'1" center trailing on the play and then shooting a three. Mike Brown didn't think so either. When a team is talking about Rating:
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Video: The Reason Mike Brown Benched Andrew Bynum vs. the Warriors

 

Usually, you don’t want your 7’1″ center trailing on the play and then shooting a three. Mike Brown didn’t think so either. When a team is talking about getting focused and a young center is trying to shed the “immaturity” tag, it’s these kinds of plays that don’t help either cause.

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