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Andrew Bynum Ejected

May 9, 2011 by staff 

Andrew Bynum EjectedAndrew Bynum Ejected, Los Angeles Lakers Andrew Bynum was pulled Game 4 loss to the Dallas Mavericks for a hard foul to the TV commentator’s say they come from “Bush League.”

Clearly upset that his team was being beaten and on the verge of being swept in the series, Bynum charged his forearm that sends JJ Barea crash hardwood.

Lakers’ Lamar Odom also difficult expelled for flagrant fouls another, this time over Dirk Nowitzki – with two fouls that came in a span of 45 seconds.

Was the Dallas Mavericks 122-86 to win the match and swept the Lakers 4-0 – on a night when they were in celebration mood record.

The Mavericks will face Oklahoma City and Memphis in the Western Conference final. Memphis currently leads the series 2-1.

Lakers center Andrew Bynum was ejected in the fourth quarter of Game 4 of the Western Conference Semifinals after a foul dirty on Dallas Mavericks guard JJ Barea reserve.

With the Mavericks won 98-68, Barea went to the basket and put a float. Bynum entered the lane and took a hard elbow in the ribs Barea as the ball fell through the basket. Barea landed hard on the ground as the referee immediately called for a flagrant foul and Bynum pulled out of the game.

“And that’s one of the greatest things Bush league I’ve ever seen! That’s terrible!” ESPN announcer Mike Tirico said.

The 22-year-old had his shirt off and was escorted off the field by team personnel and teammate Ron Artest.

In the final seconds of Game 2, Artest inexplicably Barea clothesline and was suspended for Game 3.

Bynum ejection occurred shortly after Lamar Odom was thrown for a flagrant foul against Dirk Nowitzki.

The Mavericks won 122-86, eliminating the defending champions.

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