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Andrew Bynum has undergone multiple operations on his knees, and the surgeries have taken their toll. Bynum has played limited minutes to start the season for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Just being able to play is a positive sign compared to last season when knee problems prevented him from playing in a single game for the […]
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Tweet Cleveland Cavaliers center Andrew Bynum is one interesting character. After playing like the best center in the NBA in 2011-2013, Bynum had off-season knee surgery and was then traded to the Philadelphia 76ers, where he sat out the entire 2012-2013 season. Apparently during that time, Bynum contemplated retiring from the NBA: Andrew Bynum admits...
Andrew Bynum’s going to return to the scene of the crime on Friday. Bynum is being accused by 76ers fans of stealing more than $16.9 million during a season in which his stat line 0-0-0-0. The Cavaliers are limiting Bynum’s minutes, but he is expected to play Friday in his return to Philadelphia. Asked what he might expect, Bynum told the media that “he expects to get booed...
When the only thing a player contributes during the totality of an NBA season is hilarious hairdos, odds are almost certain that it was an unproductive season at best, an unmitigated disaster at worst. And still, despite the fact that the Philadelphia 76ers paid Andrew Bynum a whopping $16.9 last season only play the […]The post Andrew Bynum on his disastrous season with 76ers...
Andrew Bynum wants to play in Philadelphia. He's not sure his achy knees will let him.
It was the story of Bynum's lone season in Philly.
It's the same refrain now that he's back in town with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Bynum hopes to play Friday night against the team that acquired him in a blockbuster trade in the summer of 2012. He never played a second for the...
Andrew Bynum admits he may never regain explosiveness because of his chronic knee issues.
According to Jason Lloyd of the Akron Beacon Journal:
The explosiveness he once enjoyed with the Los Angeles Lakers is gone, and there’s a good chance no amount of rehab will bring it back.
“I don’t think it’s going to come back,” he said Monday prior to the Cavs’ game against the...
Andrew Bynum played in his third game as a Cav last night, which was his best performance thus far.
He scored 10 points on 2-of-6 shooting in 18 minutes. Mike Brown is being very cautious, monitoring Bynum’s minutes.
If Cleveland wants to take it to the next level, they’ll need a healthy Bynum in the second half of the season heading into the playoffs.
After yesterday’s thrilling...
Cleveland Cavaliers’ center Andrew Bynum said before Monday night’s game against the Minnesota Timberwolves that he still feels pain in both knees, but hopes as time goes by this season that he’ll see more time on the court. He is not sure when he’ll regain explosiveness after sitting the entire 2012-2013 season because of his knee injuries.
As reported by the Associated...
Andrew Bynum’s knees are still hurting him, so a good game to skip would be this Friday’s, when he and the Cavs visit the Sixers.
Philadelphia, of course, is the place where Bynum spent one unceremonious season not playing through his knee problems, a season that included a history of behavior that had fans convinced he did not care the least bit. (This, notably, was after the...
The Cleveland Cavaliers took a risk bringing in often injured center Andrew Bynum and so far the move has yet to pay off. Bynum admitted that he is not sure if he will ever regain his explosiveness after missing all of last season because of injuries to both of his knees.
Prior to the Cavs Monday night matchup against Minnesota, the 7-foot Bynum mentioned that he still feels pain...
I have never seen a big man with knee/leg issues get better as time went on and Bynum isn’t going to break that trend.
Andrew Bynum admits he considered retirement, and still thinks about it somedays. Frustrated he's not same player, dealing with knee pain
— Jason Lloyd (@JasonLloydABJ) November 7, 2013
We already knew that Andrew Bynum had a don’t give a f— mentality, but this just seals it. Bynum is now with the Cleveland Cavaliers and will face the Philadelphia 76ers on Friday. After spending his entire career with the Los Angeles Lakers, Bynum was traded to the 76ers prior to last season. His tenure […]
Andrew Bynum is trolling Philadelphia 76ers fans, and I don’t expect the reaction to be pretty.
The Sixers acquired Bynum from the Los Angeles Lakers in a four-team trade in August 2012. Bynum, who made $16.9 million last season, never played for the Sixers because of chronically injured knees.
Bynum is a Cleveland Cavalier now, and even though he’s somewhat healthy now, hewon’t...
Return to Philly coming for Bynum
Timberwolves vs. Cavaliers, 7 p.m.
Warriors vs. 76ers, 7 p.m.
It will be a busy week for the Cavaliers with four games in five nights starting Monday in Cleveland against a red-hot Minnesota team and ending with a big one Friday at undefeated Philadelphia.
Yes, that game does mean the triumphant return to Philadelphia of Andrew Bynum...
After missing all of last season with the Sixers due to bone bruises and an eventual season-ending surgery on both knees, Andrew Bynum, now with the Cavaliers, said he considered retirement and still thinks about it occasionally.
The 26-year-old center, who recently said he doesn’t think he’ll ever get his explosiveness back, will take on his former team Friday when the Cavs...