Dear Mr. A. Bynum;
First off, I would like to express my sincere apologies. For what you ask-for doubting you. For doubting your heart. For doubting your talent. For doubting your potential. I admit it, I cheated on you with Greg Oden. Yes, it’s true that I was the person that said “Oden WAS better than you.” I admit it, I was confused. I smokin’ some bad shit. It felt soooo good. He [Oden] dropped 24 and 15 on the Nets. It just made things blurrier. But I never loved him. He didn’t mean anything to me. And then, without any warning, you dropped a nuke on my heart and the Clippers for that matter: 42 points, 15 rebounds and 2 blocks. GEEEEEZZZ!!! It doesn’t mattter that it was against the 9-32 Clippers. And I’m sure it doesn’t matter that it was against a depleted Clippers’ team without Camby, Randolph and Kaman. I mean, Brian Skinner and DeAndre Johnson are just as worthy of an opponent. I seem to be going off in a tangent again. I just wanted to say sorry for doubting you. Remember the good times we used to have. If there’s room, I’d love to puchase a pass on the Bynum Bandwagon. Maybe we could even hang together. What d’ya say Dru? I mean, Mr. Bynum. Hit me up sometime, my number’s listed. Did someone say M-V-P! M-V-P! M-V-P!