Andrew Bynum disgraces the Lakers again by taking a handicapped parking space (via Ethics Bob)

I’m not that big a sports fan. Okay, that’s not true, I’m not a sports fan at all, but this was just irresistible.

The picture alone is just priceless.

James Pilant

Andrew Bynum disgraces the Lakers again by taking a handicapped parking space It’s hard to root root root for the home team when it’s led by bums. Like Andrew Bynum of the Los Angeles Lakers. Back in May, in the closing minutes of the playoff game in which the Dallas Mavericks eliminated the Lakers, 122-86, Bynum committed one of the ugliest fouls in the history of the NBA. The giant Bynum, seven feet tall and listed at 285 pounds, flattened the smallest player on the floor, J.J.Barea, six feet and 175 pounds, as he was go … Read More

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2 thoughts on “Andrew Bynum disgraces the Lakers again by taking a handicapped parking space (via Ethics Bob)

  1. Andrew

    I think that it ought to be legal for passing strangers to vandalize and damage the cars of idiots who illegally park in handicap parking spaces. I mean, it would be an effective way to curb that behavior, because you know that there would be a mob of people waiting at every conceivable lot to vandalize other peoples cars without fear of punishment.

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  2. Not a bad idea, on the other hand this photo is going to exist pretty much forever. If he were to die in the next few years and I ran his name on the web and then hit the images button, it’s still going to come right up. That’s a lot of punishment. Maybe instead of a mob, we should send photographers? James Pilant

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