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Andrew Bynum dunks on Amar’e Stoudemire

Jan 10, 2011, 8:13 AM EDT

Andrew Bynum, Leon Wood

Andrew Bynum was back Sunday, playing his best game since this summer’s knee surgery.

Of course it was against the Knicks, who didn’t have the bodies to contain him. The only guy who could stop Bynum from adding to  his 18 point total was referee Leon Wood, who had a quick trigger and ejected him.

Still, before Bynum went out we got to see this. So did Amar’e Stoudemire, up close.

  1. thestudiokida - Jan 10, 2011 at 11:42 AM

    I watched some of this game last night and I noticed one thing Andrew Bynum has that Pau Gasol does not: athleticism. Twice I saw the Lakers pass to Pau on a fast break and twice I saw him plant his feet and try to jump 10 feet in the air to reach it. Then he fell down and looked like an idiot. He reminded me of when an offensive lineman checks in as a receiver and tries to catch a wide-open touchdown pass, only to fall over and make a fool of himself.

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