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Friday, November 6th, 2009 at 9:00 am  |  18 responses

Good News for Bynum

Andrew’s elbow injury turned out to be less serious than he and Laker fans had feared: “Andrew Bynum underwent an MRI exam today that revealed he suffered a strained right elbow when Houston’s Chuck Hayes smacked him in the closing seconds of the Lakers’ overtime victory Wednesday night. Bynum was said to be doubtful to play in Friday’s game against the Memphis Grizzlies. He did not practice today and left the gym with an electronic stimulating device on his injured elbow.”

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  • http://slamonline.com Brad Long

    Thank God.

  • http://www.shawn-kemps-offspring.blogspot.com/ TADOne

    Ryne just let out a sigh of relief that Slamonline won’t be deserted in droves from fair-weather Lakers fans.

  • Coach Walt

    YES!! I hope nothing messes his all star season! If he gets his explosiveness back D Howard and the rest of the centers better watch out..has good skill set in the post.

  • ENDS

    still sux

  • SLAM’sFAN

    @Coach Walt – what explosiveness?

  • CDub23KB24

    If you don’t know that Andrew Bynum was explosive before his injurys you have no reason commenting here. Its for people that actually watch the games Slamfan.

  • rainman10

    He is better now than before his injuries. He wasn’t that explosive.

  • http://vittoriodezen.wordpress.com Vic De Zen

    Great news. I was terrified for him

  • http://slamonline.com Brad Long

    He was never Dwight Howard, athleticly, but he has about a dozen more post moves.

  • Yesse

    Well thats good, but this game against Memphis concernes me.Bynum got injured against Memphis 2 last seasons.I hope Memphis isnt giving any bad luck tonight.

  • http://www.gmail.com rushmelo

    i alway’s underestimated this guy.you know typical young immature loud mouth on a winning team…
    face it!
    he is having a damn all-star season till now
    if he continues the 15-20 points and 8-10 rebounds..he is bound to start at center for the west…

  • nastierthanu

    Keeps the ball high when he recieves passes near the rim. Uses both hands with the jump hook. Has increased muscle mass since coming to the L. All around quality center. Definately good news for the lakers.

  • KaponoE

    this dude can’t stay injury free…

  • ktokyo

    He’s definitely injury prone. Glad to hear he’ll be ok.

  • Teddy-the-Bear

    @ B. Long: No he doesn’t. He has maybe like 2.

  • vic21

    He’s gonna be an all star this year no doubt

  • ab_40

    he’ll have more braces on him in year three or what is this four? then hakeem had in his last years

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