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Andrew Bynum says he has setback with knee, timetable unchanged

Nov 16, 2012, 7:36 PM EDT

Ugh.

Watch the video above and you can see Andrew Bynum no longer has his hair straitened. That’s almost the biggest news.

He also talks about a setback with his knee rehab. Which is scarier than his hair for Sixers fans. Well, probably scarier. Earlier this week it was announced he would not return to practice until around Dec. 10, which would mean a return closer to Christmas.

As CSNPhilly.com reports, Bynum says there was a setback — even the rehab he was doing now was causing swelling in the knee and that his cartilage needs to get stronger — but said there was no change in his timetable. If you believe that I have some land to sell you in Florida, but this is what he is saying.

Bottom line Sixers fans, best you plan for a life without Andrew Bynum for a while and when you get him back consider that a bonus.

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