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Andrew Bynum is one of the best talents in the NBA and when healthy is the second best center in the NBA and a true star. However, the healthy part has been the problem for the 25-year-old center who has only had two real injury free seasons. When the Philadelphia 76ers acquired him in the Dwight Howard to LA trade, he was considered to be a franchise cornerstone, who the team would build around. However, because of injuries, he has yet to play this season and is out for at least a few more months. It was considered a certainty that he would be given a max contract after the season, but now after his chronic knee issues are back and after barely playing this year, it will be interesting to see if a team will give him a max contract. He is a max level player when healthy, but coming off two more knee injuries, it is a risky prospect. Philadelphia may not want to spend max dollars on a health scare, so if they refuse to pay, he will move on to a team that will pay him and some tea...
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76ers center Andrew Bynum sued his neighbors and they responded with their own lawsuit, each side accusing the other of committing egregious transgressions.
Andrew Bynum is involved in a lawsuit with his former California neighbors that features plenty of mudslinging from both sides, TMZ reports.
According to Thirty Mile Zone, the current Philadelphia 76ers center filed a lawsuit in L.A. Superior Court accusing his former neighbors, the Becketts, of being violent and racist. His lawsuit reportedly claims the Becketts have objected to...
While center Andrew Bynum recovers from knee surgery to prepare for his Philadelphia 76ers debut, he's dealing with accusations that he wasn't loved by everyone in Los Angeles, according to a TMZ report. Bynum and two of his former neighbors are suing each other, regarding his time as a home owner in a Los Angeles suburb, the paper reported, citing documents filed in Los...
Andrew Bynum has yet to play a minute for the 76ers this season, but he is keeping busy especially with a legal dispute he is having with his neighbors. The neighbors (Ramond and Cindy Beckett) have been accused of harassing Bynum since he moved next door to them in Westchester over seven years ago.
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According to his lawsuit, filed in L.A. County Superior Court...
Andrew Bynum is in a ugly legal battle with his former California neighbors, who he filed a lawsuit against for harassment. According to TMZ, Bynum claimed the neighbors “threw coins at his Ferrari (which chipped the paint), screamed at him about his music, and even banged the side of his house with “a long stick.”" The neighbors have issued a countersuit claiming Bynum...
Following last night’s 100-98 victory over the Mavericks, Sixers forward Thaddeus Young joined the GameTime crew to talk about the season thus far. When Young is first asked if he considers the 76er’s an elite team in the Eastern Conference without Andrew Bynum, he says, “Yes, definitely.” But Chris Webber later repeats the question, while chuckling, where Thaddeus Young...
Ball Don’t Lie: Andrew Bynum’s former neighbors have accused him of a lot of things. These things range in seriousness from not at all serious to pretty damn serious and involve guns, dogs, cars, fences, marijuana, and loud music. Bynum denies it all and claims that the neighbors are the ones who used to harass him by throwing pennies at his Ferrari and banging the side of...
Kwame Brown has given the 76ers solid production at center this season.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Evan Turner scored 25 points, Jason Richardson hit four 3-pointers down the stretch and the Philadelphia 76ers beat the Charlotte Bobcats 104-98 on Friday night for their third consecutive victory.
Jrue Holliday added 13 points and a career-high 15 assists for Philadelphia, which shot 51 percent from the field. Richardson had 14 of his 22 points in the final...
Though they may not be household names, Jrue Holiday, Evan Turner and Thaddeus Young are emerging as go-to guys for the Philadelphia 76ers.
Visiting Philadelphia tries for a third consecutive victory Friday night against the Charlotte Bobcats, who hope to avoid a sixth loss in seven meetings in this series.
The 76ers (9-6) entered this season surrounded by plenty of hype thanks...
After struggling offensively to start the season, the Philadelphia 76ers appear to have found their groove.
The 76ers, however, might find the going a little tougher on Saturday night when they visit defensive-minded Chicago in the teams' first meeting since Philadelphia upset the Bulls in the first round of the playoffs.
The 76ers (10-6) continued to get a boost from their...