Bynum admits he was ‘just not ready to play’

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Bynum admits he was ‘just not ready to play’

Nuggets capitalize on the Lakers’ big man’s admission of guilt
Los Angeles Lakers center Andrew Bynum raised his hand in an admission of guilt after the Nuggets’ victory in Game 3 of their first-round NBA playoff series: “I took myself out (of the game),” he said, “maybe just not ready to play.”
Be it the altitude or just a lack of pregame preparation and focus, Andrew Bynum had a rough night Friday in the Nuggets’ Game 3 victory at Pepsi Center in Denver. Of course, Timofey Mozgov and Nuggets’ front court were much improved, too.
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Bynum admits he was ‘just not ready to play’

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Los Angeles Lakers center Andrew Bynum raised his hand in an admission of guilt after the Nuggets’ victory in Game 3 of their first-round NBA playoff series: “I took myself out (of the game),” he said, “maybe just not ready to play.”
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Be it the altitude or just a lack of pregame preparation and focus, Andrew Bynum had a rough night Friday in the Nuggets’ Game 3 victory at Pepsi Center in Denver. Of course, Timofey Mozgov and Nuggets’ front court were much improved, too.
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