76ers center Andrew Bynum won’t debut in Philadelphia until around the time March Madness commences


Supporting Andrew Bynum is akin to rooting for the reemergence of polio.

Philadelphia 76ers general manager Tony DiLeo said crabby, and shady, center Andrew Bynum is entering the “most critical part” of his rehab.

“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.

In actuality, the petulant version of Greg Oden likely won’t begin competing until March Madness commences.

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.”

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