Originally written on NESN.com  |  Last updated 11/19/14
Dealing with issues in both his knees, the Philadelphia ’76ers’ Andrew Bynum missed the entire 2012-13 season. But just because he’s physically incapable of playing basketball, it doesn’t mean he’s physically incapable of salsa dancing, right? Bynum was recently seen dancing at some sort of club in Madrid, Spain, showing off his surprisingly nimble moves. He’s also wearing a jacket with the Ferrari logo on the back, which is probably some sort of fashion misstep. In any case, Bynum shows no ill effects of the knee injuries which kept him sidelined all year — which is sure to draw the ire of some Philly fans — so check out the image and video below to see the big center in action. Hoy recibimos una visita de altura. Andrew Bynum, jugador de los @Sixers de la @NBA .A sus pies! (Nunca mejor dicho) http://t.co/5c5qRrznlr— Mesón Txistu (@MesonTxistu) May 01, 2013
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  • Andrew "MUTT" Bynum is nothing but a low life huckster, this butt wipe should never be invited back into the NBA, and I hope the IRS watches his every move, he deserves nothing less...

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