Found November 20, 2012 on
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Are you officially done with Andrew Bynum? It would be understandable. The guy hasn’t even set foot on the court yet and he’s suffered another knee injury. Does it make it any better that the injury occurred while bowling? No, but Bynum actually has a point when he said “I’m kind of taking the position of, if that happened bowling, it would’ve happened jumping. I don’t see anything wrong with going bowling.”
That makes sense, and may be one of the more sane responses we will get from Bynum until he returns to the court. I fully expect him to rapidly achieve new levels of ******* craziness the more questions he has to answer about the status of his ailing knees.
At this point I really don’t think you should drop Bynum. The numbers he put up in LA last season should be enough to persuade you, but also factor in just how much this Philly team was planning to rely on him and your decision should be even more clear. The middle of January isn’t that far off and if your team can’t tread wa...
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
PLAYING FOR KICKS
Andrew Bynum comes across as a bit of a goofball, but would someone actually say the center doesn't even like playing basketball?
Somehow, Andrew Bynum has become the story of the young 2012-13 season without playing a single minute. First, he was traded from the Los Angeles Lakers to the Philadelphia 76ers in a massive deal that sent Dwight Howard to the Lakers, then he injured himself and then re-injured himself bowling and may not play until January, if at all. Oh, and somewhere along there, he got a crazy...
Andrew Bynum hurt himself while bowling. No matter how you roll it, that is funny. So funny, in fact, that it makes a great poorly animated Photoshop job.
A couple of skilled fans took up the mantle of putting Bynum’s injury in its proper context by creating a couple GIFs of the Philadelphia 76ers center’s plight. These may not be funny to Sixers fans or Bynum himself, but if...
Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum has been out since the before the season started with a knee injury. Doctors are now saying he may not play at all this whole season if he chooses to go through surgery. Jason Wolf of The News Journal reports about Bynum's possibility of missing the entire season.One internationally respected orthopedic surgeon, who is not involved with...
Wanna know why Andrew Bynum has pushed back his return?
The guy re-injured his knee, bowling. I mean, c’mon, seriously? The city of Philadelphia has been waiting for his return on pins and needles, on now they have to deal with the fact that he isn’t taking his recovery seriously.
Bynum is a free agent next season, unrestricted. This could get ugly.
They help my bowling blisters T..
Regular readers of these pages, are well aware of the amount of criticism that Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum, has received from this corner over the years. Although, Bynum’s talent has never been questioned, his durability certainly has been up for debate; as he has spent a good part of his career in the Association on the sidelines, due to injuries. Spending his first...
BOWLING? Are you kidding me? Bowling? On Sunday, Sixers center Andrew Bynum said he does indeed believe that he injured his left knee while bowling a week ago Saturday. Bynum, who has not played for the Sixers in the preseason or regular season since coming over from the Los Angeles Lakers, said he most recently…
"The truth is that the 7-foot, 285-pound former All-Star center who has yet to play a game as a Sixer may be out for the season and will learn in December, at the earliest, whether he’ll require surgery that could sideline him for up to a year.
One internationally respected orthopedic surgeon, who is not involved with Bynum’s treatment and has not seen...
There’s a lot of debate going around about whether or not it’s okay to be crapping on 76ers center-to-be Andrew Bynum. We’re calling him their “future” center because after being acquired from the Lakers in the offseason as part of the Dwight Howard deal, Drew has yet to play a single second for Philly.
While no one really likes to be mean (or worse, on the receiving end...
With Andrew Bynum’s ever-evolving fro, it was only a matter of time before the Legends at TNT’s Inside The NBA decided to have a little fun with the Sixers big man. With the magic of some brilliant photoshop work on their show, the image above may have topped them all.
Analyst Charles Barkley became a victim of the Yolo Fro, as his bald head got topped with the Bynum “Ike...
Andrew Bynum contends that he did not suffer any trauma to the knee.
I’m allowed to roll a few T…
Andrew Bynum's agent continues to keep the specifics of his client's knee issue a secret.
Quite unexpectedly, Kevin Love returned to action and immediately dropped 34/14/2 with steals, a block and 2 threes. Of course, I was traveling yesterday and didn’t get him into my lineup in the one league I own him in but that’s okay, I’m not greedy, I’ll gladly take his stats the rest of the year. Was this line a bit shocking after missing over a month? Hell yeah, but then...