ESPN’s Dave McMenamin drops the knowledge: “The NBA handed out a two-game suspension for Lakers‘ Andrew Bynum on Sunday. Bynum was suspended without pay for a flagrant foul 2 against Minnesota’s Michael Beasley. It happened in the fourth quarter of the Lakers’ 106-98 victory on Friday when Bynum turned his shoulder and sent Beasley crashing to the court in a mid-air collision when Beasley drove the lane. ‘Andrew’s [foul] looked bad and the kid fell hard,’ said Lakers coach Phil Jackson after the Timberwolves game.”