While the rest of Los Angeles ridicules Andrew Bynum’s latest actions, I think it pretty much sums up the past couple weeks.
Since Mar. 15, it’s safe to say that the Los Angeles Lakers followed the schooling schedules and went on spring break. Right on cue, they are on a road trip too.
Trevor Ariza decided defense on Andre Iguodala’s game-winning three wasn’t necessary nor was using his brain to consider fouling.
Kobe Bryant has shot 39.6 percent from the field during this span including games where he shot 6-for-10 and 2-for-4 from the free throw line.
Derek Fisher and Sasha Vujacic have been spending their time learning how to Twitter instead of practicing their shot, as can be seen in their hot and cold shooting performances.
The Bench Mob has been spotty at best as they’ve been inconsistent on offense and defense.
Phil Jackson is even canceling practices, endorsing rest.
Lamar Odom goes to a different school, as his spring break was earlier. His apparently started on Mar. 1 at Phoenix until he topped it off, serving his suspension against the Houston Rockets on Mar. 11.
And somewhere along the line Pau Gasol didn’t get the memo.
Andrew Bynum put an exclamation point on it all by partying at the Playboy Mansion.
With March coming to an end, I should hope the Lakers will be returning shortly and getting ready for the only season that matters, starting on Apr. 15.
Until then, keep the camera phones ready.