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Doug Collins on Bynum

Published on August 14, 2012 by Scott Shirley   ·   No Comments

While all the Dwight Howard talk has been about the Los Angeles Lakers don’t forget about the Philadelphia 76ers.

76ers head coach Doug Collins called the Olympics for NBA. During one of the broadcasts here is what he had to say about the four team trade.

“When you think about adding Andrew Bynum, a big man who can score in the paint, rebound and block shots — something we desperately needed — and Jason Richardson adds another shooter to our lineup, so I’m very excited.

“On the flip side of that you have to trade somebody and Andre Iguodala had a brilliant career for the Philadelphia 76ers. I coached him for two years, he helped me win a lot of games. I’m very, very appreciative of him and I wish him well in Denver.”

I really this deal for the 76ers they need the star player that they have not had for a while. Not bad when you can add the second best center in the game and he is still young. Maybe Bynum can bring 76ers basketball back?

Some experts even say they would take Bynum over Howard.

 

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