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Video: Andrew Bynum says knees better, waiting on next MRI

Dec 10, 2012, 8:19 PM EDT

In this exclusive interview with Dei Lynam of, Andrew Bynum doesn’t say anything quite as deflating for Philly fans as he did when he met with the rest of the press later, but the message was largely the same:

The MRI on Dec. 20 is the big one. Either that will tell him to start ramping up for the season or to wait a month. Or however long.

What you want to take from Bynum’s talking with the press depends on the person you are — glass half full or glass half empty. Sports fans in general and Philly fans in particular are not known for their patience, but Bynum is forcing them to be. The question is will the payoff be worth it.

  1. biasedhomer - Dec 10, 2012 at 8:30 PM

    Didn’t you already post this a couple hours ago?

  2. bleed4philly - Dec 11, 2012 at 12:10 AM

    Still can’t believe I drafted your sorriness in the first round of my fantasy draft. Thank god harden got traded.

  3. eventhorizon04 - Dec 11, 2012 at 12:55 AM

    Andrew Bynum has played over 70% of the regular season only twice since 2006.

    His injury history is well known. I hope he gets a chance to play, but the history isn’t very encouraging.

  4. phillyphannn83 - Dec 11, 2012 at 3:31 PM

    As long as we continue to win without him, we don’t care how long he takes to get on the floor. Putting him out too early would be foolish and unnecessary.

    • macjacmccoy - Dec 12, 2012 at 7:51 PM

      Speak for yourself, winning or not this Sixers team is one of the most frustrating I have ever watched. They have zero presence down low and couldnt drive the rim to save their lives. Leaving them to continually jack up low percentage shots from the outside time after time. I need to see Bynum on the floor as soon as possible if for no other reason then to keep the ball out of Nick Young’s hands.

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