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Further chapping the ass of Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams, 76ers general manager Tony DiLeo confirmed unlikable center Andrew Bynum may have surgery performed on his knee. The 7-foot, 285 pound Bynum, a snatch who landed in Philly (23-34) as part of a four-team, 12-player deal in August, recently underwent an MRI that revealed he has a degenerative knee condition. ”I feel like it’s my life,” said Bynum, who the Los Angeles Lakers took as a 17-year-old out of St. Joseph High School in New Jersey with the 10th overall selection in the 2005 NBA Draft. “I’m 25 and I … Continue reading →
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Andrew Bynum is earning nearly $17 million this season and has yet to play in a game for the Philadelphia 76ers because of various knee problems. The 25-year-old center recently suffered a setback in his rehab, and he said on Friday that he might not play at all this season. He and the team reportedly are even considering season-ending knee surgery as a possibility. Bynum was the...
Once 2013 started without a positive outlook, NBA observers and fans both made peace with the idea that the Philadelphia 76ers will not field a team with Andrew Bynum as its center this season.
Bynum is getting paid $16.9 million dollars to rehab his knee injury if he does not make it into the starting five.
That is just the way that it is.
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At this point, the season is lost for Andrew Bynum and Sixers, so we have to start looking into the future. Bynum is 25 years old and has only had one semi-healthy productive season in the NBA.
He has had numerous knee issues and surgeries. According to the Sixers GM, in the video below, he is considering having another knee surgery this year.
If you are the Sixers or any team in...
Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum has faced another setback involving his ailing knee, and he told reporters, including John Gonzalez of CSN Philly, that he’s unsure if he’ll play this season.The setback became apparent after Bynum participated in five-on-five drills last Friday. He said his right knee swelled up and remains swollen. Since then he’s been shut down by...
Andrew Bynum has yet to play a single minute this season after being traded in the blockbuster deal involving Dwight Howard, going from the Los Angeles Lakers to the Philadelphia 76ers and it comes to question, that if he sits out the rest of the year, will they keep him? His knee is still problematic and Bynum has no clue when he is going to play, but it will be interesting to see...
Andrew Bynum had his knees checked out by four doctors who were all comfortable approving that he would play for the team this season.
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...
Okay, it’s not Andrew Bynum. I’m sorry its just not. I understand that he is WHEN he is healthy, but do you realize in his now eight-year career he has only played more than 60 regular season games three times. Not to mention he has played in none this year, thus far. I understand a lot of people say he’s number two under the argument of the center position is dying. To that...
Andrew Bynum may miss the entire season, but he remains the 76ers' top priority in the offseason.
Andrew Bynum has been sidelined this season with damaged cartilage in both knees.
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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
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...
The Philadelphia 76ers are riding their worst losing streak in three seasons.
It's starting to look like oft-injured center Andrew Bynum won't be able to help them get back on track anytime soon - if ever.
The 76ers try to avoid an eighth consecutive loss on Saturday night when the slumping Golden State Warriors look to end their trip on a positive note.