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Andrew Bynum made a surprise debut for the Cleveland Cavaliers Wednesday night and received a warm welcome from the home crowd at Quicken Loans Arena.
The center's long-awaited appearance marked his first regular season NBA game in 537 days.
Bynum played 7:34 in the first half against the Brooklyn Nets, going 1-for-5 from the field to finish with three points, three rebounds, two assists and two blocked shots — including an emphatic rejection of Deron Williams.
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Andrew Bynum will reportedly debut tonight for the Cavaliers.
Sixers fans, I’ll pause while you punch a whole in your computer, or throw your smartphones away in anger.
Replaced your items? Good.
When Bynum steps on the court, he’ll have officially played more in Cleveland than he ever did with the Sixers.
Bynum earned over $16 million last year — just to hurt his knee and...
Cavaliers center Andrew Bynum is not sure he will regain his explosiveness after missing all of last season because of injuries to both knees.
The 7-foot Bynum said before Monday night's game against Minnesota that he still feels pain in his knees, but hopes his minutes will increase as the season goes on. He hoped to play in both halves of the game, his third appearance of...
For those of you trying to track down Andrew Bynum’s first field goal as a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers, this is the exact post to see that highlight.
Check out the and-one opportunity for Andrew as he grabs a missed Alonzo Gee shot and puts it in the basket:
No. 2: Will Cavs young backcourt be as good as we want them to be?
Mike Brown is asking Kyrie Irving to play defense and by all accounts, Irving is more than willing to get his hands dirty. If this team is going to defend their way to the playoffs, a lot of that burden is going to be on Irving and his backcourt buddy, Dion Waiters.
Both of these guys excel with the...
76ers fans are pissed.
No not really, but yes Andrew Bynum actually played his first game in over 526 long days.
Bynum made his season debut for the Cleveland Cavaliers last night, and at worst, showed a glimpse of the potential this Cavs team has if Bynum can give them quality minutes.
Bynum had three points, three rebounds, and two blocks in seven minutes of action. The Cavs...
Cavaliers center Andrew Bynum has been medically cleared and may play in Cleveland's season opener against Brooklyn.
Bynum, signed as a free agent this summer, has not played in an NBA game since May 21, 2012, when he was with the Los Angeles Lakers. The 7-footer did not play one second after he was traded to Philadelphia before last season.
Cavs coach Mike Brown said he will...
The Cleveland Cavaliers listed center Andrew Bynum and rookie Carrick Felix as inactives for opening night on the rosters that were due today. But a league official told The Plain Dealer that does not mean Bynum couldn't play when the Cavs open the regular season on Wednesday against Brooklyn at The Q. Teams can change their inactive list before each game. Felix, hampered by...
The roar went up with 3:40 left in the first quarter of the Cavaliers' 98-94 victory over the Brooklyn Nets in the season opener before a rocking-and-rolling sellout crowd on Wednesday night at The Q.
For the first time since May 21, 2012, former All-Star center Andrew Bynum was checking into an NBA game. He wound up playing just 7:34, finishing with three points, three rebounds...
In his first NBA action since May 2012, Andrew Bynum came up with the huge block on Deron Williams during Cleveland’s season opener Wednesday. Bynum finished with 3 points, 3 rebounds and 2 blocks in 7 minutes as the Cavs defeated the Nets, 98-94.
The post Andrew Bynum With The Huge Block On Deron Williams (Video) appeared first on Beyond The Buzzer.
Barring any setbacks in pre game warmups, Cavs center Andrew Bynum, may see some game action on Wednesday night in the team’s season opener.
According to Jodie Valade of The Plain Dealer:
Cavaliers coach Mike Brown said 7-footer Andrew Bynum might play tonight against Brooklyn in the season-opener. Brown said Bynum wouldn’t start, but might play a few minutes provided he doesn’t...
Let’s get the $64,000 question out of the way: Cavaliers center Andrew Bynum has not been cleared to play in the season opener against the Brooklyn Nets.
However, the 7-foot, 294-pounder doesn’t appear to be far away from playing.
“Whenever he’s ready, we’ll welcome him with open arms,” Cavs swingman C.J. Miles said.
Bynum, 25, hasn’t appeared in an NBA game since May...
After the Cleveland Cavaliers pulled out a victory over the Brooklyn Nets at Quicken Loans Arena, the Cleveland media on hand decided to swarm around Andrew Bynum.
Thanks to Cleveland Plain Dealer, we now know that Cleveland guard Kyrie Irving has a pretty bad-ass backpack.
Check it out in the below Twitter photo:
Deeeeep in the reporter scrum talking to Bynum. See that yellow backpack...
The expectations for the Nets this season is championship or bust. Expectations are also high for the Cavaliers this season. Andrew Bynum shocked everyone when he returned in the Cavs home and season opener. He spoiled the Nets coming out party by stealing some of their thunder. The Pierce and Garnett era didn't start as planned. The Cavs controlled this game for the most part...
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