Former All-Star center Andrew Bynum has been out of the NBA since suiting up for the Indiana Pacers two years ago, but TMZ caught up with the big man Thursday and asked him about the prospects of a potential return to the professional...Show More Summary
He's been out of the league for 2 years, but don't close the book on Andrew Bynum's career -- because the 28-year-old says an NBA comeback could still be in the cards. Bynum was leaving lunch at Crustacean in Bev Hills when we started talking…
Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Team building. https://t.co/znEhewMVu2 — Philadelphia 76ers (@Sixers) October 3, 2015 The young Sixers are spending their Friday night bowling together. Seems like a harmless and fun team-building team activity, right? NO! WRONG. This video actually brings up very bad memories for Sixers fans. Show More Summary
Two great 76ers, joined forever in ignominy. On Monday, the Philadelphia 76ers waived the just-acquired JaVale McGee, freeing him up to be eligible to play for a contender after playing in only six games with his new team. The move brings...Show More Summary
When Andrew Bynum was on the basketball court, he was an All-Star center. It was things that he did off the court that led to people questioning him. Nobody will forget the time that Bynum—then with the Philadelphia 76ers—hurt his knee while bowling. Show More Summary
The fact that Andrew Bynum didn't notice may be the highlight of his time as a 76er. Pablo S. Torre wrote a long feature for ESPN The Magazine that makes the bold contention that the Philadelphia 76ers are planning to win basketball games at some point. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers thought they were going to become championship contenders again when they completed a sign-and-trade with the Phoenix Suns for Steve Nash in 2012. The Lakers still had Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol, and Andrew Bynum (who'd...Show More Summary
According to Andrew Bynum’s agent David Lee, the big fella is seriously contemplating sitting out the upcoming season in an effort to salvage his damaged knees. Lee is banking on […] The post Andrew Bynum May Sit Out Another Season appeared first on SLAMonline.
Andrew Bynum is one of the great "what if" tales in recent NBA history. He's been an All-Star center, was a solid contributor on two championship teams and is just 26 years old. If only things were that simple. The controversial Bynum...Show More Summary
Andrew Bynum has missed most of the last two seasons due to injuries, and it now appears as though he will be out for another year. Marc Berman of the New York Post reports the New York Knicks are interested in the 26-year-old center,...Show More Summary
It has been two years since Andrew Bynum left the Los Angeles Lakers—traded to the Philadelphia 76ers as a key component in a four-team blockbuster that ultimately ended in a whimper. Is it time to return to L.A.? Bynum never playedShow More Summary
Was Andrew Bynum being baited? Absolutely. Was the question leading? No doubt. Was he even serious? That's for you to decide. What we do know is that Bynum said a return to the Los Angeles Lakers would "be great," and that he'd prefer the Lakers over the Los Angeles Clippers. Video of the exchange is below. Show More Summary
Don't let the success of the Clippers fool you... Andrew Bynum knows Los Angeles is still a Lakers town... that's why he wants to play for them next season.Bynum -- who is currently a free agent after a disastrous season in Cleveland and Indiana…
On Wednesday, May 7, the Indiana Pacers released Andrew Bynum, referencing issues with his knees and wishing him luck in the future. This latest brief chapter in a basketball career that once carried Bynum to the pinnacle of success is now over. Show More Summary
The Cleveland Cavaliers dropped the ball drafting Anthony Bennett with the No. 1 pick, flopped with the free-agency addition of Andrew Bynum, then blamed their disastrous 2013-14 campaign on Mike Brown. Brown, fired by the franchise Monday for the second time in four years, was asked to fight an uphill battle with no tools for ascension. Show More Summary
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Andrew Bynum's stay with the Indiana Pacers is over — and so too may be his entire NBA career. Ahead of their Game 2 victory over the Washington Wizards on Wednesday night, the Pacers officially announced that Bynum will leave the team. "We...Show More Summary
He scored 28 points and grabbed 9 rebounds in a win the night this story came out.
Given Roy Hibbert’s recent struggles, having a guy like Andrew Bynum on reserve would certainly come in handy for the Pacers. But unfortunately, there’s more than 14-feet of no productivity on their roster between the two centers Because of his lingering knee issues, the Pacers have announced that Bynum is no longer with the team. […]
? The decision today to part ways with Andrew Bynum was based strictly on the center's lingering knee problems, Indiana coach Frank Vogel said before Game 2 against Washington tonight at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. "Andrew's a good dude. Show More Summary