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After the Philadelphia 76ers acquired Andrew Bynum in the four-team blockbuster trade this past summer, their fans were swept up with dreams of glory. After making the second round of the playoffs just a few months earlier, they added, who is universally considered the second best center in the NBA, coming off of a career year. Adding Bynum to a group that included up and coming point guard, Jrue Holiday (who actually became an All Star in his own right this year), playmaking guard/forward, Evan Turner and combo forward, Thaddeus Young, they had a team capable of rivaling almost any team in the Eastern Conference. However after injuring both knees after the trade was completed and still yet to play a single minute this year and with the team completely out of the playoff race, their dreams have become nightmares. With Bynum a free agent this summer and unlikely to play the rest of the season, their franchise is at a crossroads. The most likely scenario is that they will resign Byn...
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Andrew Bynum’s time in Philadelphia may come to an end in a few weeks, but it remains to be seen who’ll give Bynum another big money contract this summer.
Bynum made headlines here in Philadelphia a few days ago when he was brutally honest in saying he would not play in pain. Of course the comments didn’t go over well with 76ers fans who are used to seeing the Allen Iverson’s...
The 76ers have repeatedly said that keeping Andrew Bynum is their preferred option in the offseason.
Andrew Bynum caused a jolt in the media when openly said that he does not want to play through pain. Sixers fans of course weren’t happy with Bynum’s remarks and neither was legendary Laker Magic Johnson. NJ.com is reporting that Johnson during a recent pregame show, said he wasn’t surprised by Bynum lack of a desire to return to the court. The unfortunate truth...
The prediction on new Phillie Delmon Young, “a cheaper mistake than Sixers Andrew Bynum”. After being cleared by a California doctor to increase his baseball activity, Young had little positive to say. Asked if he was anxious to start playing games, Young’s response, “No, not really, it’s only March 6. I’m not anxious at all.”
The Bynum comparison might be a bit unfair...
It seems as if the biggest stories to emerge out of the Sixers season have been the hair coiffure activities of Andrew Bynum and Nick Young. Add another to the list as Nick goes for this mullet look. Actually, it’s more like an 80′s shag. He’s giving me Ralph from New Edition vibes with this look.
Where’s Ronnie, Bobby, Ricky and Mike to tell him to “Cool it now...
HE'S NO BYNUM
You have to give it to Nick Young for being forward thinking when it comes to his hair. His most recent haircut features the styling of what looks like a new-age afro of some sort. We are confused but knowing that Nick needed a very bold move to overtake teammate Andrew Bynum in the hair department, this was a strong choice. [@CJZero] Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
Never scared to take a fashion risk, Nick Young debuted his new “Afro-Mullet” via Instagram, giving teammate Andrew Bynum and his ever changing headlining hair a run for their money. What do you guys think?
Doc Rivers feels for Philadelphia.As we wait for a REAL LIVE BOSTON CELTICS BASKETBALL GAME HOLY CRAP YOU GUYS, CSNPhilly.com brings us this nugget from Doc Rivers on Philly’s Andrew Bynum predicament:“It cripples your franchise,” said Rivers. “It really does, when you have a guy like that. I had Grant Hill for three years. We made the playoffs every year with that group...
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The question why has not yet been answered. But it seems that Sixers, Nick Young is trying to outshine the Andrew Bynum hair styles
Doc Rivers compared what Doug Collins is going through with Andrew Bynum's injury uncertainty to his tenure with the Orlando Magic when Grant Hill struggled with persistent injuries.
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