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Caught in the Web: Talking about Andrew Bynum's rehabilitation

November 28, 2010 |  8:00 am

54398148-- The Times' Broderick Turner explains why Lakers center Andrew Bynum is setting a personal goal for himself to return to the court in three weeks.

-- The Times' Mark Heisler argues that the Miami Heat will overcome its struggles.

-- The Orange County Register's Janis Carr tells what it is about the Indiana Pacers that's caught Phil Jackson's attention.

-- The Orange County Register's Brittany Levine profiles an O.C. Lakers fan from Syria.

-- ESPN Los Angeles' Dave McMenamin details Bynum's rehab process.

-- The Indianapolis Star's Jeff Rabjohns looks at why the Pacers aren't impressed with simply keeping it close against Oklahoma City.

-- Lakers.com's Mike Trudell has more on Bynum's condition.

-- Silver Screen and Roll's C.A. Clark says the poor performance from the Lakers' bench against Utah should remind everyone how good they've been otherwise.

-- Silver Screen and Roll's wondahbap features Shannon Brown as the Lakers' player of the week.

Tweet of the Day: "Is it too late for ABC to flex the marquee Christmas game and make it Celtics-Lakers?" -- sportsguy33 (ESPN.com's Bill Simmons).

Reader Comment of the Day: "I don't have a problem with Drew saying that it's cool sometimes to sit back and watch the game. He's right. Sometimes when you're an observer, you can see the nuances and trends in a game that will help you learn how to be more effective when you're back in the thick of things. Don't you think Kobe does the same thing when he's sitting out? (And yes I know he's hardly ever out, but my point remains the same.) I'm happy he's taking the time to learn. And heal." -- justanothermambafan

-- Mark Medina
twitter.com/latmedina

E-mail the Lakers blog at mgmedin@gmail.com

Photo: Lakers center Andrew Bynum, driving to the hoop in Game 7 of the NBA Finals on June 17, 2010, told reporters Saturday that he hoped to return to the court in three weeks. Credit: Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times


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