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Dr. J Thinks the Lakers Tricked Philly Into Taking Andrew Bynum

Dr. J Thinks the Lakers Tricked Philly Into Taking Andrew Bynum

dimemag.com ESPN.com yahoo.com Updated Jun 6, 2013
Philadelphia is sour over the big bucket of nothing they got out of the Andrew Bynum trade last summer and will be for a long time. Among the bitter parties is none other than the great Julius Erving. And the good doctor does not think very highly of th…
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  • Video - Dr. J Says Bynum Is Damaged Goods 01:32

    Dr. J Says Bynum Is Damaged Goods

    Jun 6
    Julius Erving discusses his statement that Andrew Bynum is damaged goods.
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    Jun 6
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