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Andrew Bynum hopes to curb his poor attitude with Pacers

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This NBA season has been a crazy one for Andrew Bynum and it's seems he has been going insane during practice at times this year.

The former Cleveland Cavaliers center was thrown out of practice for his antics, and eventually he was traded to the Chicago Bulls for the incident.

Bynum's crazy journey didn't stop there, with the Bulls having to immediately release him due to salary cap issues.

It could be argued that Bynum got what he deserved for having a poor attitude, but being used like a piece of meat across the NBA must not have been fun.

Either way, the talented 26-year-old has owned up to his misdemeanours.

Fansided.com reported today.

"Also, Bynum raged against the shoot-first guards. During a practice, Bynum said that he launched a shot from midcourt, clearly out of the rhythm of the offensive play.

"Another day during the scrimmage, he did not like a call from assistant coach Phil Hardy and mocked him as "a horrible referee."

"Those are the two things I did," Bynum says. "I did them on purpose because it was over there for me."

Bynum is now with a very professional organisation in the Pacers, so for his sake let's hope they curb his attitude problems.

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