Found November 13, 2012 on
5TH QUARTER MAGAZINE:
According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, 76ers center Andrew Bynum will not be available to suit up for the team until January 2013. Bynum’s career has been plagued by knee injuries, which made him a liability for the Lakers who decided to trade the young center.
Ever since he officially became the franchise centerpiece for the Philadelphia 76ers, he has not practiced with the team at all. The injury hindering Andrew Bynum’s first appearance for the team is a bone bruise in his knee. On the other hand, the young center remained optimistic and looked forward to his return and said,
Obviously I’m missing games, but I think I’ll make a full recovery and come back.
The Lakers were hesitant to let go of Andrew Bynum because he can be a dominant force in the paint. On the other hand, his glass knees was one of many factors that the Lakers management probably considered when shipping him out.
When Andrew Bynum does return and plays for the Sixers, he will definitely be a force in the Eastern Conference. There is no true center in the East that could shoot the most ridiculous 3-pointers like Bynum does.
BEST OF MAXIM
Andrew Bynum’s health has prevented him from playing this season, but his hair has managed to keep him in headlines. The Philadelphia 76ers center was spotted watching his team play on Wednesday while sporting the ‘do you see above. I really don’t even know how to describe the thing. Like Black Sports Online, I am just at a loss for words. Earlier this season, he was sporting...
Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum will miss at least five more weeks because of a bone bruise in his right knee and may not play in a game until early January.
When Bynum was hurt in mid-September, the team initially hoped its newly acquired star would be ready for the season opener Oct. 31. Late last month, though, the Sixers said he was out indefinitely.
CENTER OF ATTENTION
Philly fans are going to have to wait a little longer to see their new franchise center make his Sixers debut, after an injury setback pushed back his timetable.
How many times have we seen this? Newly acquired Philadelphia Sixers Andrew Bynum, obtained through the blockbuster trade that had sent Howard to the Lakers and shook up the NBA, is expected to out until January at the earliest. Bynum is recovering bone bruise in his right knee (surprise). From the LA Times:Philadelphia said Monday that the new goal was for Bynum to resume “normal...
Andrew Bynum of the Philadelphia Sixers will be out at least five more weeks and probably longer because of continuing complications with his right knee. Bynum had a fresh MRI and saw his personal knee specialist in New York last week. The Sixers now hope he will be cleared to return to basketball activities by Dec.…
Coming off the best season of his career, a lot of folks predicted that Bynum would continue to evolve and mature into a full-blown NBA superstar this year – so far he has yet to even get on the floor. The good thing about doing nothing, though, is that it leaves you with plenty of [...]
The Philadelphia 76ers are carefully monitoring the health of Center, Andrew Bynum. The health of his knee continues to be a problem for the prized off season acquisition.
Originally in September, it was reported that Bynum should refrain from all basketball activity for four weeks. Bynum's knee was then re-evaluated in October, which resulted in another additional four weeks...
BOSTON — Doug Collins needed a leader, so he marched down his bench and grabbed the player that most closely resembled a leader for the Philadelphia 76ers. Almost forcibly, Collins inserted Jrue Holiday into the fourth quarter of last week’s game against the Celtics, who had cut a 16-point lead to four points.
With Holiday at the helm, the Sixers re-established their cushion...