Brown's vision, Bynum's execution
LOS ANGELES -- Push aside Andrew Bynum's assortment of double-digit numbers and lock in on that single solitary digit, the one under the win column in Mike Brown's embryonic playoff record with the Lakers.
It wasn't only that the Lakers won Brown's first playoff game with the Los Angeles Lakers, it was that they won it his way. They won it defensively, holding the highest-scoring team in the league to 88 points. They won it with Bynum recording as many blocks as points and grabbing almost ...
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