We finally got to see Andrew Bynum for the first time this season last night against the Wizards, and well, it wasn’t much more than we expected. Bynum didn’t play many minutes in the Lakers’ 103-89 win over Washington, however, basketball fans know that it’s a different game when he’s in the lineup. When the Lakers are able to move Pau Gasol to power forward, it just opens up so much offensively. People can say Bynum is overrated, but there’s doubting the fact that the Lakers are a much better team when he is in the lineup.
Here’s a look at tonight’s games:
#11: Los Angeles Clippers (5-20) at Philadelphia 76ers (9-15) – 7:00 PM ET, Regional
#10: Charlotte Bobcats (9-15) at Memphis Grizzlies (11-14) – 8:00 PM ET, Regional
#9: Sacramento Kings (5-17) at New Orleans Hornets (14-10) – 8:00 PM ET, Regional
#8: Minnesota Timberwolves (6-19) at Phoenix Suns (11-12) – 9:00 PM ET, Regional
#7: Chicago Bulls (15-8) at Toronto Raptors (9-16) – 7:00 PM ET, Regional
#6: Cleveland Cavaliers (7-17) at Miami Heat (18-8) – 7:30 PM ET, Regional
#5: Houston Rockets (10-14) at Oklahoma City Thunder (17-8) – 8:00 PM ET, Regional
#4: Los Angeles Lakers (18-7) at Indiana Pacers (11-12) – 7:00 PM ET, Regional
#3: Portland Trail Blazers (12-13) at Dallas Mavericks (19-5) – 9:30 PM ET, ESPN
#2: Milwaukee Bucks (10-13) at San Antonio Spurs (20-3) – 8:30 PM ET, Regional
#1: Boston Celtics (19-4) at New York Knicks (16-9) – 7:00 PM ET, ESPN
Whose winning streak continues? Celtics or Knicks?
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