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Andrew Bynum is ready to resume basketball workouts next week.
Bynum's agent, David Lee, told the Associated Press on Monday that there's "not a concern in the world" that Bynum will be ready for training camp.
The Philadelphia 76ers have not held any discussions with Bynum's agent.
Bynum will be an unrestricted free agent this offseason after missing the entire 13-14 NBA season.
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Wisely stonewalling the bat cave, new Philadelphia 76ers general manager Sam Hinkie has not discussed a contract with impending free agent Andrew Bynum. A worthless freeloader who landed in Philly (34-48) as part of a four-team, 12-player deal in August, the 25-year-old Bynum didnâ€™t step onto the hardwood once this season due to a potentially degenerative knee condition. Despiteâ...
A recent report that Andrew Bynum likely wonâ€™t return to the 76ersâ€™ sideline next season is the best news I have heard out of the Sixers organization all summer.Â While most fans with any sense were hoping that the Sixers didnâ€™t sink a steep salary on the Bynum ship, the organization has remained mum on the issue, causing me to fear for the worst.Â â€śWhat if, in order to try...
Things have been quiet on the Andrew Bynum front for a few weeks now, but free agency set to begin, Bynum has reappeared, and wants everyone to know heâ€™s healthy.
Bynum has completed his rehabilitation from season-ending knee surgery and is set to resume basketball workouts next week.
His agent,Â David Lee, toldÂ The Associated PressÂ on Monday night thereâ€™s â€śnot a concern...
The Philadelphia 76ers were super excited to bring in center Andrew Bynum last summer. Â Fans were ready to have him as the centerpiece of their team. That was the idea [...]
Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum has completed his rehabilitation from season-ending knee surgery and is set to resume basketball workouts next week.
Bynum's agent, David Lee, told The Associated Press on Monday night there's "not a concern in the world" that Bynum will be ready for training camp.
He also said he had no conversations with the Sixers and...
I wouldnâ€™t offer Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum a max contract. For what? Max money for a player who has missed over 40% of their career NBA games? Max money for a player who hasnâ€™t played an actual minute of NBA basketball since early 2012? Max money for a player who has shown the maturity [...]
On the day the Philadelphia 76ers introduced their new general manager, owner Josh Harris ended his remarks with an encouraging message for a battered fanbase:
''Stay tuned for more from the Sixers organization.''
Turns out, their next update will be the first since they hired Sam Hinkie to run the team on May 14.
Hinkie and the Sixers haven't just gone radio...
The Philadelphia 76ers have had problems finding consistency in the head coaching position, and San Antonio Spurs Brett Brown may be their next coach in line.
Brown, an assistant under Greg Popovich for seven years, is receiving a ton of interest from the Sixers, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports. The Denver Nuggets showed some desire in his services before hiring...
We see it just about every year in the NBA, and have come to accept and expect the fact that a few teams will overspend on free agents. General managers are under pressure to add the right pieces to their team no matter the cost, and they are at times forced to overpay to make sure they land the big name or the next big thing.Â Whether itâ€™s taking a chance on a potential star with...
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