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Maybe it's my eyesight, but I really don't see much of anything in that video. Certainly nothing relevant to the actually charges laid against Bryant.
All I can tell is that Bryant starts inching forward at pretty well the exact second the bike passes him and cuts in front of him. (A classic bike courier move, I'd have to say!) Can't be a reaction to the bicycle -- it's pretty well instantaneous, and reaction time would be much delayed. I suspect Bryant's looking up waiting anxiously for the light to turn green, notices that it's about to turn, and inches forward without noticing that there's suddenly a bicycle in front of him that wasn't there a split second previously.
But who knows?
About the actual "offence," the video tells us precisely nothing, and all the annotated arrows in the world won't help. I'm still waiting for more evidence.