Originally written on Buzz On Broad  |  Last updated 11/18/14
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An NBA league source told the Courier-Post that the 76ers' center, Andrew Bynum, will undergo his scheduled knee procedure next week from Monday to Friday.

The procedure will be performed in Germany by Dr. Peter Wehling. The goal of the non-surgical procedure is to reduce any chronic pain and potential signs of arthritis in Bynum’s knees. 

The treatment takes blood from Bynum's knees and cartilage, and then makes a specific syrum that is re-injected back into his knees around the patella. The assesment will take a week and Bynum will be back in time for training camp before the beginning of pre-season.

After an impressive year on the offensive front, Bynum looks to return at the top of his prime wearing a new jersey. The 24-year old, Plainsboro, New Jersey native averaged double double numbers in the 2011-2012 NBA regular season. He hopes to repeat that possibly under a new contract this year coming.

Tyler R. Tynes is the Featured Columnist for the Philadelphia 76ers with Rant Sports, Lead Writer covering the Philadelphia 76ers for Buzz On Broad, Radio Host of "#SixersTalk" on Buzz On Broad Radio and the NBA Insider for “4 for 4 Sports Talk with Goddess and Hurka” 

Follow him on Twitter @RealTylerTynes for all Sixers and NBA sports updates. And also follow him on Instagram @TheRealTylerTynes.

For any inquiries contact him via email: TylerRickyTynes@gmail.com

 

 

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