Andrew Bynum’s Injury History Should Be Least of Sixers’ Worries

November 20th, 2012 by Maxwell Ogden Leave a reply »
In the latest chapter of the never-ending Andrew Bynum injury saga, the Philadelphia 76ers' center suffered additional damage to his already weakened knees (via ESPN). Already expected to be sidelined until January, Bynum's future is now in doubt as the rehabilitation process has grown more extensive.

With that being said, Bynum's injury history should be the least of the 76ers' worries. 

For those who are keeping track, Bynum partially dislocated his knee cap against the Memphis Grizzlies in 2008 (via ESPN). He then tore his MCL against the Grizzlies in 2009 (via L.A. Times) and tore his meniscus in 2010 (via ESPN Los Angeles).

Bynum received various injections during the 2012 offseason, which has all built up to this latest episode (via Philadelphia Daily News).

As Sixers fans are beginning to learn, the drama never ends with Bynum. He suffered the most recent injury while bowling, which is an odd choice of activity considering the big man was recovering from his fourth knee injury in five years.

According to Brian Windhorst of, Bynum doesn't see anything wrong with the way he received further damage.

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