Tuesday, October 9th, 2012 at 9:40 am  |  6 responses

Andrew Bynum Expects to Be Ready By Opening Night

Andrew Bynum gave a brief update on his rehab from a bruised right knee, and says that he’s making good progress, and should be ready to play once the games begin to mean something. Per the Philly Inquirer: “I feel pretty good,’ Bynum said. ‘I’m definitely getting better.’ [...] Bynum said that he was anxious to get on the floor with his new teammates, and he indicated that watching them prepare for the upcoming season had been difficult. In an effort to get a better understanding of the offense, Bynum said he has been taking videos home with him and watching them at night. Bynum said he expected to be ready for the season opener on Oct. 31 against Denver. ‘I think right now it’s about my pain threshold,’ Bynum said. ‘I’m doing better but I can’t really get out there and get up and down with my teammates.’”

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  • Atlanta Zone 6

    How man 3′s you guys think he’s going to shoot that night?

  • bigA

    His averaging 0,0193133047 threes per NBA game. How about 3?

  • bigA

    0,0193133047: attempts that is

  • Hayk

    At the end of the day Lakers will relies they screw it up with trading him. I believe deep in my heart that he is much better than Howard, he is not a primadonna like Howard plus he can score if he gets the ball. He may have some growing up to do but he is certainly better than some one who has no character like Howard. But with saying that; again this is AMERICA everything is HYPE and this time Lakers got suck in to it. O well this is not the first time, they give their first draft choice of this year to a third string point guard name Session. That is how much desperate they are!

  • bob

    What the fuck is this illiterate fuckbag saying?

  • http://www.facebook.com/qcollingwood Interdico Scriptor

    Dude… from the heart of suburban Russia the whole world wants AB to dominate this year and become the best center in bball!!!