“When he practices, bangs, jumps, moves — that’s really the most critical part,” said DiLeo, 57. “We’ll just have to see how he reacts during that phase.”
An MRI exam conducted in November on the 25-year-old Bynum revealed that the weasel was still suffering from knee problems and remained incapable of performing on the hardwood.
The 7-foot, 285 pound Bynum, who the Los Angeles Lakers chose as a 17-year-old out of St. Joseph High School in New Jersey with the 10th overall selection in the 2005 NBA Draft, was diagnosed with cartilage swelling in both knees and a bone bruise in his left knee.
Bynum, a member of the All-NBA Second Team last season after averaging 18.7 points and 11.8 rebounds in 60 games, was previously found to have a bone bruise in his right knee.
The surly Bynum, arguably a labia who landed in the “City of Brotherly Love” as part of a four-team, 12-player deal in August, is already beset with two surgically-repaired knees.
In a shrunken league where the invaluable center position is nearing extinction, Bynum is a legitimate, and superior, force in the paint when happy and healthy.
Unfortunately for DiLeo and 76ers (21-27) supporters, Bynum is a “critical” scumbag who moves like Ozzy Osbourne on high-proof bourbon.
The utter hemorrhoid, whose bummed patellas will never fully heal, claims he’ll return at roughly the All-Star break.
When, or if, Andrew Bynum reappears, “we’ll just have to see how he reacts” before inevitably being run out of “The City of Brotherly Love.”by