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Bynum admits to hurting knee while bowling

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04:42 PM ET 11.19 | With nowhere to turn, Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum was forced to confirm an earlier report that he reaggravated a knee injury while bowling. A routine trip to the lanes caused more cartilage to be damaged in his left knee, and now, Bynum is bewildered and out of answers. "I don't think anybody could've told (me) I couldn't do that," Bynum said. "I was doing squatting and low-impact training. It is what it is. The cartilage is in a weakened state." Later, Bynum said that "obviously in hindsight you shouldn't go bowling, but it's not more than anything I've done in my rehab."

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November 20, 2012  06:46 PM ET

I think his doctors should have told him squatting and other excercises that put weight or stretch the ligament is not good for his current. Maybe the doctors didn't know either.

We're human beings. We're not perfect. Now let's not make a big deal about this. It could have happened to any rehabbing player.

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