Re: Another Boston game 7 collapse just hours away...
posted at 6/17/2011 9:42 PM EDT
In Response to Re: Another Boston game 7 collapse just hours away...
[QUOTE]In Response to Re: Another Boston game 7 collapse just hours away... : April 13, 2008: http://www.fannation.com/truth_and_rumors/view/47393-will-bynum-return-for-lakers
Mystifyingly silent??? Sounds like KG in 2009. They KNEW he wouldn't be back, and it wouldn't have mattered anyway! No Bynum injury= No Gasol trade. Not going back on forth with you, as you will never change my mind. IGNORE!!
Posted by Red-16Russ-11[/QUOTE]
I wonder why you always painted yourself into this corner. You know full well that the Lakers expected Bynum to return for the playoffs, i.e. traded for Gasol and expected
both Bynum and Gasol to play together in the playoffs!!! I've shown you the links numerous times. Yet you still want to deceive yourself that no Bynum injury, no Gasol.
I mean, I have no interest to change your mind. I am only interested in pointing out YOUR wrong answer. If you stubbornly say 1+1=3, I then have no interest to change your thinking. You are not teachable. I just cross it as a wrong answer and give you no points. You fail the exam. It's that simple.
Andrew Bynum's return from a knee injury might not be until close to the end of the regular season, Coach Phil Jackson suggested Friday.
The Los Angeles Lakers have finally put a timetable on the return of Andrew Bynum: probably the first round of the playoffs.
When asked if center Andrew Bynum may miss the rest of the regular season and then return for the playoffs, Laker Coach Phil Jackson said that it was a real possibility, the L.A. Times are reporting.
Bynum, however, was hopeful that he'll be able to see the court before the playoffs begin.
"At this point, I'm trying to get back a couple of games before [playoffs] just so I can get, like, a tune-up," he said.