Found October 05, 2012 on Crossover Chronicles:
We close out our preview of the Atlantic Division by asking the Crossover Chronicles writers their thoughts on the big questions in the Atlantic Division. 1. Can Andrew Bynum and his troublesome knees carry this team and keep this team together? Jeff Garcia: Carry the team? No. But Bynum is a great addition to the squad. If the Sixers expect to make waves for a full season (unlike last season when they cooled off as the season progressed) they will need to have Evan Turner, Jrue Holiday and new player Nick Young to compliment Bynum for any chance at a successful season. Also, should Bynum's knees be a prolonged issue, then the rest of the team will have to step up to replace what Bynum's contributions will be. I'm looking at you Spencer Hawes. John Karalis:  No. I just don't trust Bynum to be "the man" mentally and physically for an entire NBA season. His knee is already an issue, and it's going to cost him most of, if not the entire pres...
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