Bob Ford: Andrew Bynum closing in on debut with 76ers
The world is a better place after a win, and the 76ers practice court was definitely a happier place Sunday morning as the team high-fived and chest-bumped through a spirited scrimmage at the end of a brief session.
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#1 Jan 28, 2013
Trust me Bob, this is much ado about nothing, re: Andrew bye-num. We had the sloth here in L.A. for too many years; good luck with him as he is NOT a team player - the kid blew off a meeting with GM Kupchak!
A few years ago, he needed surgery & rehab, but rather than get it done in the off season, he goes to watch World Cup soccer, so then his rehab plays well into the season.
So happy he's gone & you will need a lot of good luck to have a quality player with this apathetic, cares only for himself "player". He is so far over rated 7 priced, if you didn't know then 76'ers, you will soon find out!
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