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PHILADELPHIA -- The Philadelphia 76ers, one of the NBA's lowest-scoring teams, searched for offensive answers throughout the early stages of the season. On Sunday, struggling Evan Turner provided one, scoring 19 points to lead the Sixers to an 86-79 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers. Turner, a third-year guard/forward, also had nine assists and six rebounds as the Sixers (6-4) won their second straight. Jrue Holiday added 14 points and nine assists, and he contributed some strong defense against Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving. Irving, the NBA's third-leading scorer at 24.4 points a game, was limited to a season-low nine points on 4-for-14 shooting. Afterward, Philadelphia coach Doug Collins was most concerned with his team's work at the offensive end. The Sixers began the game 29th in the league in points scored (89.2 per game) and 28th in shooting percentage (.408). "Every game is a grind," Collins said. "We just struggle to shoot that ball. We...
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As Philadelphia 76ers anxiously await the debut of Andrew Bynum, they may be frustrated to learn one of the reasons why the big man’s knees have been bothering him. According to ESPN.com, Bynum may have done additional damage to his knees when he suffered an “unspecified injury” earlier this month while bowling. Bynum said on Friday that he suffered a “setback” with his...
Just when the Philadelphia 76ers had some sort of timetable for Andrew Bynum’s return, he suffers — yet again — another setback. This time, though, it could have been avoided, as ESPN reports it was suffered during a recent bowling adventure. The Philadelphia 76ers fear All-Star center Andrew Bynum might have done additional damage to [...]The post Report: Andrew Bynum Suffers...
While the Philadelphia 76ers have held their own thus far, steady production from Evan Turner could make them all the more formidable.
Turner and the 76ers try for their third straight win overall and sixth in seven games against the Toronto Raptors on Tuesday night.
After opening this five-game homestand with back-to-back losses, Philadelphia (6-4) improved to 3-3 at the Wells...
Wanna know why Andrew Bynum has pushed back his return?
The guy re-injured his knee, bowling. I mean, c’mon, seriously? The city of Philadelphia has been waiting for his return on pins and needles, on now they have to deal with the fact that he isn’t taking his recovery seriously.
Bynum is a free agent next season, unrestricted. This could get ugly.
Andrew Bynum has suffered another setback that pushes his December debut with the Sixers back. Initially it was his right knee that was causing all of the problems but now there’s swelling in his left knee oh and a bone bruise as well. “I had a little bit of a setback,” Bynum said. “Just working [...]
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Earlier this week, it was announced that Andrew Bynum's debut for the Philadelphia 76ers would be postponed several more weeks due to a "setback" to his knee injuries. More details surfaced today, and it sounds as if this "setback" in which Bynum did further damage to his knees occured while bowling.
Remember when the Cavaliers almost traded for Andrew Bynum?
No ones really saying how close the Cavs actually came to obtaining Bynum from the Lakers in the off-season, but theres no doubt they were involved in talks. Instead, Bynum was shipped to Philadelphia in a deal that send Dwight Howard from Orlando to the Lakers.
And Bynum hasnt played. Not preseason, not now...
Andrew Bynum suffered an unspecified injury this month while bowling.
Andrew Bynum contends that he did not suffer any trauma to the knee.
Before we get into the performances last night, I can’t not talk about Andrew Bynum. It was recently reported that Bynum had yet another setback with his knees; he is now having trouble with his left knee in addition to the right knee that has kept him out so far this season. That would be troubling enough news, although the latest report is that Bynum actually hurt his other knee...