Video: Andrew Bynum With The Forearm From Hell on JJ “Hella” Barea

The Lakers “No Mas” in Game 4 against the Mavericks.

In the process of getting swept they took a few cheap shots on their way out of the playoffs.  Normally with hard fouls even if they are borderline flagrant I don’t think it is that big of a deal.

Ron Artest clothesline on JJ Hella Barea in my opinion was cheap but much to do about nothing.

But what Andrew Bynum did to Barea was totally uncalled for and could have seriously injured Barea.  That is scary when someone is up in the air like that and takes a forearm to the ribs.

Bynum is frustrated because I believe he believes he should be more involved with the Laker offense.

Lakers need a bit of a shake up and it will be curious to see what they will do this offseason in finding a new coach and trying to acquire I successor to Kobe Bryant as the franchise player.

Robert Littal

Editor in Chief and Founder of BlackSportsOnline

10 thoughts on “Video: Andrew Bynum With The Forearm From Hell on JJ “Hella” Barea

  • That’s one of the biggest bush league things I’ve ever seen . . . since Laker Kermit Washington took out Rudy T.

  • I like how some big bullies like Bynum will always committ a cheap, thuggish, foul on the smallest players. He did the same sh!t to Tony Parker earlier this season, who is another small point guard. You’ll never see his punka$$ foul somebody like Shaq or Dwight Howard like that.

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