Andrew Bynum is still working his way back. His injury has kept him off the court for the entire season, but the new Philadelphia 76ers center is getting closer. He took the next big step in his recovery yesterday and is taking shots on the court.
CSN Philly had the video. Bynum taking simple shots with no hop may not seem like a big step, but for a player who has seen almost no basketball activity for months now, it's huge.
Bynum was traded to the 76ers as part of a huge, four-team deal. The deal ultimately sent Andre Igoudala to the Denver Nuggets, Dwight Howard to the Los Angeles Lakers, and Bynum to the 76ers. The Orlando Magic got the loose change in the deal.
Bynum has had a history of knee problems and this year is no different. Although he played a full season for the Lakers last year, Bynum has struggled to stay on the court. Fortunately, when he is on the court, he is dominant. This is what Philadelphia is looking forward to.
Bynum has averaged 11.7 points per game in his career to go along with 7.8 rebounds. He has a breakout year last season and averaged 18.7 points and 11.8 boards per game.
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