Andrew Bynum comes up big while the Jazz and Bucks each pick up elusive wins.
The Cleveland Cavaliers got tarred and feathered by the San Antonio Spurs on Saturday night and came away 126-96 losers. However, they can take solace in the fact that Andrew Bynum played in back-to-back games for the first time this...Show More Summary
Dwight Howard was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers in the summer of 2012, and the Philadelphia 76ers received Andrew Bynum in return. The Lakers stars appeared on the cover of the Sports Illustrated NBA preview issue, while Bynum was proclaimed the future of the 76ers. Show More Summary
It was only a matter of time. Having spent his first five games with the Cleveland Cavaliers as a reserve, Andrew Bynum has once again established himself as a starter in the NBA. This is truly a remarkable feat for someone who wentShow More Summary
Cleveland center Andrew Bynum will be in the starting lineup for just the second time this season when the Cavaliers play the Washington Wizards.
Cavaliers center Andrew Bynum has been excused from the team to address "a family medical matter."
Cleveland coach Mike Brown has inserted Andrew Bynum into the Cavaliers' lineup for Monday night's game against the Chicago Bulls.
About this time last season, All Star and 2 time NBA Champion Andrew Bynum was still in the honeymoon stage with his new team, the Philadelphia 76ers. He was being touted as the 2nd best big man in the Association, behind Dwight Howard of course, and was supposed to help bring the floundering Sixers franchise [...]
Death, taxes and Andrew Bynum getting booed by the home crowd at the Wells Fargo Center. If you're looking for a story with a surprise, this would not be it. Bynum being showered with jeers by the Philadelphia 76ers faithful was as sure a thing as it gets. Show More Summary
Well, this is depressing: Cleveland's Andrew Bynum, trying to salvage his career after missing an entire season with chronically injured knees, says he still plays in pain, and regularly considers retirement. "I'm a shell of myself right now," he said. Read more...
Andrew Bynum made his return to a basketball floor for the first time in over a year with the Cleveland Cavaliers on opening night, but that doesn't mean he's happy with his progress. Speaking with the media Thursday after Cavaliers practice, Bynum expressed frustration that he's still experiencing pain in his chronically injured knees. Show More Summary
Andrew Bynum wants to play in Philadelphia. He's not sure his achy knees will let him.
Remind me never to hire Andrew Bynum to deliver a motivational speech. Bynum, who just recently returned to action for the first time since 2011-12, admitted he has considered retirement since he remains frustrated at being a shell of...Show More Summary
It's time to start forming new expectations for Andrew Bynum. Even after he made his Cleveland Cavaliers debut against the Brooklyn Nets, there was optimism in the air. The Plain Dealer's Mary Schmitt Boyer wrote, "The goal/hope always...Show More Summary
The first week of the 2013-14 NBA season featured a boatload of surprises. The Philadelphia 76ers notched wins over the Miami Heat and Chicago Bulls, Andrew Bynum played in a professional basketball game for the first time in about 1,000...Show More Summary
Cavaliers center Andrew Bynum is not sure he will regain his explosiveness after missing all of last season because of injuries to both knees.
Enjoy it while it lasts, Philadelphia 76ers fans. Although the hot start to the 2013-14 season has given the Sixers more satisfaction than Andrew Bynum ever did, it's eventually going to come to a screeching halt. So live it up. Throw...Show More Summary