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Andrew Bynum is moving to his very own team. He will be the lone All Star on a team for the first time in his career and he is excited for that opportunity. Bynum has question marks about his knees. That is why he ended up in Philadelphia and not Orlando.
From all reports, the Magic had lingering concerns about Bynum's knees and wanted to avoid the uncertainty of his upcoming free agency. Philadelphia did not have such reservations and the puzzle pieces fit together.
It appears Bynum is not going to let this opportunity slip away and he wants to do what he can to make sure he makes the most of it.
The newest Philadelphia 76er is going to Germany for the same knee procedure Kobe Bryant credits with extending and restoring his career. A source told John Mitchell of Deep Sixer (h/t Scott Schroeder Pro Basketball Talk) that Bynum will head to Germany to have the procedure, which is derived from platelet-rich plasma therapy, intended to extend the life of cartilige in the knee.
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Andrew Bynum has the size and ability to be one of the best centers in the NBA. His skill has never really been in question. His motivation has. Sixers fans are hoping a change of scenery will mean a change in attitude and a new beginning for their franchise. As someone who worked with Bynum for quite some time, Kareem Abdul-Jabar knows all about the former Laker’s tendencies and...
The moment Andrew Bynum stepped into the National Constitution Center he heard hundreds of Philadelphia 76ers fans chanting his name.
Bynum made his first appearance on Wednesday wearing a Sixers T-shirt. He said during the press conference he is excited and likes that the roster is young and believes they can be dominate.
His contract is up after this season, but the big...
As we are all now aware of, Andrew Bynum is a Philadelphia 76er. He was a main piece of a trade that finally landed Dwight Howard in Los Angeles, Andre Iguodala in Denver, and a bunch of pieces and draft picks in Orlando. Bynum proved last season that if he wants to be, he can be as dominant as they come in the low post on both ends of the floor. However, this can be a big if.
Andrew Bynum to take the stage in Philadelphia. Imagine if Andrew Bynum is the Allen Iverson we have been waiting to return? Well here is the FaceMosh of Andrew Bynum Sixers and Allen Iverson.
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A press conference was held at the National Constitution Center in Center City today at 12:15pm for the Philadelphia 76ers newest all start center Andrew Bynum. 76ers CEO Adam Aron shared his thoughts on why the Constitution Center was chosen for the Andrew Bynum press conference. Aron stated “We said that everything we were going to do was...
Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum has decided to voyage to Germany in September to have the identical non-surgical knee treatment that Kobe Bryant, Grant Hill and Alex Rodriguez have undergone in the recent past. It is unknown whether Bynum, who … Continue reading →
Being excited is an understatement in regards to the Philadelphia 76ers fans’ reaction to hearing that the two-time NBA champion in Andrew Bynum will be the new face of the franchise.
The 24-year old has yet to reach his prime in the NBA, and is ecstatic to get his chance to be ‘the guy’ of his team after taking a back seat to the five-time world champion, Kobe Bryant, for...
Andrew Bynum will be introduced formally to Philly fans this week. Monday it was announced that Bynum is heading to Germany for Orthokine, the same procedure that athletes like Kobe Bryant and Alex Rodriguez had last summer. Bynum has had surgery on both knees though it’s unknown which knee – or if it is in [...]
As I’ve been doing for years, The Boots are my way to assign Boot Up or Boot Downs to various items in the sports world. As a reminder, I got the nickname “Boot” from my older brothers when I was young, and thus, I continue to use this segment as my personal sports writing payback.
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