The denizens of the Dan Ryan Expressway can rest easy.
So can those
Take it from someone who has spent the last few years watching Bynum make a mockery of hair salons, bowling alleys and speed limits: He isn't worth backup center
Yes, the 7-footer was an All-Star once and helped the Lakers win a pair of championships as a complementary player.
But his shenanigans started long before his knees gave out and he started averaging fewer points and rebounds than the Lakers' current backup big man, Jordan Hill.
Bynum told reporters in 2010 that "it's hard to win when it's five against eight," a thinly veiled criticism of referees that earned him a $25,000 fine from the NBA. Two years later, Bynum said he found something that was easy — closeout games — and the
Bynum's actions have often been more befuddling than his words.
He earned a litany of citations for speeding, a missing license plate, tinted taillights and crossing a divider and driving on the wrong side of the road. He also infamously parked his black convertible BMW in a handicapped spot.
He's been suspended or fined by the NBA (for a forearm to the chest of a midair
Apparently he's a big believer in symmetry.
Bynum liked to ignore rules and game situations, hoisting a three-pointer early in the shot clock against
Bynum never played for the
Bulls fans should consider themselves lucky, knowing their team cut Bynum before he could mess with their heads.