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2010 NBA Finals: Andrew Bynum’s Knee Injury Looms Big Over Lakers’ Hopes

One of the biggest advantages the Los Angeles Lakers had over the Boston Celtics before the 2010 NBA Finals began was their length in the post, mainly consisting of Andrew Bynum, Pau Gasol and Lamar Odom.

Bynum was the key, because although Gasol is a true seven footer and Odom is long in his own right, neither player is as physical as Bynum in the paint, and neither player is as strong.

The Boston Celtics have tough, physical players in Kevin Garnett, Kendrick Perkins and Glen Davis, but none of those players could out-muscle Bynum in the paint once he got position, and his height advantage made it easier to shoot over them.

Through the first three games of the series Bynum began to establish himself as a dominant player on both ends of the cour...

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