Bynum is very motivated and even wants Yao Ming and the Rockets in the 2nd round.

SLAMOnline: “It makes me very hungry,” Bynum said. “I can’t wait to go out there against a challenging player like Yao Ming. I know I’m going to play better just because it’s a big guy I’m going to go up against.”

  • xfellerx

    and how.

  • albrt

    BYNUM FIRST LEARN HOW TO PLAY AGAINST A POWER FORWARD THEN TALK ABOUT YAO YOU TENDER FOOT CANDY ASS FAKER

  • nick

    I say Bynum needs to bring it every night and quit complaining about that knee if you want more minutes. Please quit whining!! I believe Bynum can be real good if he got out there and played like he was hungry and just go for it. I say the lakes can’t play the way they did against the jazz if they meet Cleveland in the finals which I think they will. But if they don’t play D, they will be in big trouble against Cleveland. If everyone played D like Ariza and Fish We will be fine. If not it could be the same shit that happened when Boston showed us what being hungry and playing d was all about last year! Come on Phil light a match under their you know what!!!

  • Mitch4Pres

    bynum hungry for that chinese takeout

  • nick

    Sorry lakers nation but I didn’t use any profanity! I was saying if the lakers don’t play D has a team, they will be in trouble if they meet Cleveland in the finals. They need that hunger every night, not just when they feel like it. They seem to only play when they are desperate. I say play every game like its game 7 and no one can beat them. But, if they don’t the will be in trouble against Lebron and company. Does any one disagree with my statement?

  • Lakers 24 7

    Bynum is my boy…but the guy hasn’t done shiit. Yao is obviously the better center, Bynum is just tryna act hard…but I hope he proves us wrong.

  • lakers#1

    I can’t wait to watch Bynum vs Yao!

  • Lakerfan_InAtl

    I thought I would come to this site and join real Laker fans, but I guess I was wrong. Some of you are annoying. Stop complaining and talking negative about the team.

  • http://neoshocapital.com Farmabrick

    Andrew is saying the right thing: he looks forward to the challenge. He’s giving his props to Yao as well. What would you people rather have him say? He’s scared? He’s not looking forward to it?

    Andrew won’t be chasing Yao; Yao will be chasing Andrew. It is a better match-up for Andrew than Milsap, who pulled Andrew away from the basket and then ran up and down the court.

  • WifelovesLuke

    ” Farmabrick
    May 1st, 2009 at 11:24 am
    Andrew is saying the right thing: he looks forward to the challenge. He’s giving his props to Yao as well. What would you people rather have him say? He’s scared? He’s not looking forward to it?

    Andrew won’t be chasing Yao; Yao will be chasing Andrew. It is a better match-up for Andrew than Milsap, who pulled Andrew away from the basket and then ran up and down the court.”

    Absolutely correct…Andrew has a genuine opportunity to show his skills against another “Big”. Yao might be 6″ taller, but he has not lift. I expect Drew to give Yao “some” problem. Just beat Yao down the court every time and good things will happen on both ends.

  • trademaster 2009

    we also are gonna need farmabrick to guard aaron brooks

  • diehardfan

    C’MON! shouldn’t he player better or harder regardless. give me a break. a competitor competes regardless. A true competitor’s biggest challenge should be his own criticsm.

  • LEADERFISH

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    A post with some sense instead of nonsense. I am embarrassed that many laker fans don’t understand the game of basketball. Bynum will be fine and those who are critcizing will have egg on their face… again (ship his azz out).