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.
Philadelphia (22-34) was hoping to challenge for an Atlantic Division title and make another playoff run after acquiring Bynum and former Warriors Jason Richardson in the same four-team offseason deal, but Bynum hasn't played due to knee issues and Richardson won't suit up again in 2012-13 after undergoing surgery on his left knee last month.
Surgery could be the next option for Bynum, who admitted for the first time on Friday that he might not play this season because of swelling in his right knee. The two-time All-Star will be an unrestricted free agent after making $16.5 million this season.
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