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Bynum suffers a setback

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03:08 PM ET 10.24 | It's looking more and more like the Philadelphia 76ers will have to begin the 2012-13 season without prized newcomer Andrew Bynum. Wednesday was supposed to be the day that Bynum returned healthy to practice. Instead, he experienced a setback in his injured knee. His timetable is uncertain right now, and according to CSN Philly's Dei Lynam, he hasn't even been cleared to run yet. General manager Tony DiLeo said Bynum will return to action when he is "pain-free."

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October 24, 2012  03:45 PM ET

Too much discussion concerning Bynum's knees, the best way to deal with knee problems is the forget about knee problems. You know that you have a knee situation, strengthen the ligaments that support the knee, do the necessary cosmetics and just play ball, life will take of itself.

October 24, 2012  03:51 PM ET

Shocking

October 24, 2012  03:57 PM ET
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Too much discussion concerning Bynum's knees, the best way to deal with knee problems is the forget about knee problems. You know that you have a knee situation, strengthen the ligaments that support the knee, do the necessary cosmetics and just play ball, life will take of itself.

There is no physical way to strengthen ligaments! Once they are stretched it's like an elastic band that won't go back.

October 24, 2012  04:00 PM ET

The more things change........the more they stay the same.

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October 24, 2012  05:10 PM ET
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There is no physical way to strengthen ligaments! Once they are stretched it's like an elastic band that won't go back.

Alfie, you shouldve been a doctor!!!

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October 24, 2012  06:41 PM ET
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Don't make fun of that pack of hotdogs on the back of Onion's neck!

Where is that bandwagon parked again ?????????????

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October 24, 2012  06:52 PM ET
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shock of all shocks.....andy's going to miss games ??

League office needs to rescind the trade and send Dwight back to Magic. It's clear LA knew Bynum he'd become Greg Oden of blessed memory.

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October 24, 2012  07:31 PM ET
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and maybe they can rescind dolans ownership privileges while they are at it?

Yes - one of the mistakes our civilization is the concept of inheritance but that's something not worth getting into right now. Blow a kiss to death and tell momma she's the sweetest.

 
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