Andrew Bynum has scored in double figures in each of his three games since returning from a 32-game layoff because of a right knee injury. He had 18 points Sunday, leading the Lakers to a victory over the Memphis Grizzlies. He has a few goals for Tuesday’s regular-season finale against the Utah Jazz. He hopes to get his timing back, above all.
“I’m feeling a little bit better,” he said. “My timing is getting better. A couple of times I got the ball in the middle of the lane (Sunday). Jordan (Farmar) gave me a pass. I think Shannon (Brown) also. I kind of bobbled it and fumbled it. I’m just working all those little kinks out. I’m getting back into the floor, betting back into the rhythm. I’m not hesitating, but I’m not in flow. I’m in between.”
Asked what he’d like to do against Uah, he said simply, “Get a double-double. My rebounding has been kind of lacking.”