CLEVELAND: When Anderson Varejao tried subbing into the game Friday night at Atlanta, Andrew Bynum saw him coming and motioned him back off the court. Bynum had played about 8½ minutes — and he had played well — but his reasons for wanting to remain had little to do with his 8 points and 3 rebounds.“I’m still trying to knock down that wall of that first wind,” Bynum said. “To do that I need to play more minutes, but I think they made the right decision in taking care of my knees.”Mike Brown ignored his request and pulled him anyway. The fact Bynum is playing nearly 30 minutes a...
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