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Andrew Bynum's Hair Just Got Crazier (PHOTOS)

By Staff Reporter, Posted: 11/21/12 03:32AM EST
Chuck
Chuck

No wait, that's Charles Barkley clowning on Andrew Bynum. Here's the real Bynum, who, by the way, may just be out for the season, according to a doctor:

Num
Num

And this:

why?
why?

You know where Bynum got his influence?


On a serious note, Bynum, who's out with both knees busted right now, is one of the best players in the league when healthy, and the Sixers gave up a lot for him -- including best player Andre Iguodala -- so here's hoping he bounces back -- from the knee, not the hair -- and lead the Sixers to the playoffs. 



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