Following his best game so far this season on Sunday, the Laker big reported knee pain but claims that it’s nothing to worry about. From the LA Times: “Actually, my knee is a little bit sore today,” Bynum said. “I kind of felt a little bit of a twinge when I double jumped when I missed the layup and I went back up with the rebound. But it will be all right. There is no swelling. I’ll just ice it all the way home and it should be good.’ Bynum, who had successful arthroscopic surgery for a torn cartilage in his right knee, said he wasn’t nervous about the pain in his knee. ‘I have to live with it,” Bynum said. “It’s not going to change. So, there’s nothing to be nervous about now. You just have to expect that that’s going to happen. But I can’t wait to start working with my trainer when we get back home so I can get a little bit of my explosion back. I feel like I can’t really jump right now…As of right now, I feel like I’m kind of glued to the floor.’”