twogamesL.A. Times: Andrew Bynum is back, but there’s still one lingering question. Will he hit the same groove he found in the five games before going down because of a torn knee ligament?

Bynum was dominant in that stretch, averaging 26.2 points, 14 rebounds and 3.2 blocked shots a game.

“It can happen, especially if he feels good,” Lakers special assistant coach Kareem Abdul-Jabbar said. “But you never know how that’s going to play out. I’m sure he must have some ‘willies’ just about the fact that [his injury] happened to him like it did. It was really a fluke.”

Bynum had 13 points and six rebounds Friday against Portland, his second game back from a 32-game absence after Kobe Bryant crashed into his right knee. He had 16 points and seven rebounds Thursday against Denver.

“He’s still favoring it a little bit. He’s got that brace on it,” Abdul-Jabbar said. “But he doesn’t seem to be afraid of contact, which is a real key issue.”

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  • trademaster 2009

    just sayin, therse r a few good lineups

    For running the triangle
    Fish Kobe Luke Lamar Gasoft

    Lock down defensive team
    Brown Kobe Ariza Powell DJ

    Fast Break
    Farmar Brown Ariza Lamar Drew(although drew is slow,, he can be a great rebounder, outlet passer and trailer in a fast break game

    3 pt shooting
    Fisher Sasha Kobe Morrison Gasoft

    Free throw
    Fisher Sasha Kobe Morrisson Gasoft

    Lamar Kobe Ariza Gasoft Drew

    Lamar Morrisson Luke Gasoft drew

  • dan

    that “gasoft” stuff is hilarious. just kidding, it makes you look like an idiot when you use it 5 times in one post. gj.