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Injured Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum, who said he had bowled a few times during his right knee rehabilitation, Sunday confirmed an ESPN report that he injured his left knee while bowling.Bynum, who has not played for the Sixers in the preseason or regular season since coming over from the Los Angeles Lakers, said he most recently rolled a frame Nov. Bynum, who has a history of knee problems, also said, "In hindsight, I guess you shouldn't go bowling."It has been a lengthy and frustrating process for Bynum and the Sixers, who acquired the talented big man from the Lakers in an August multi-team trade that sent Dwight Howard from the Orlando Magic to the Lakers and guard-forward Andre Iguodala from the Sixers to the Denver Nuggets.Lakers guard Kobe Bryant tore the Achilles tendon in his left foot and will miss the rest of the season, including the playoffs.He has previously indicated that once he progresses to participating in full practices, he thinks he'll need between 10 days and two weeks to get into game shape.Bynum the pain in his left knee is "definitely" more than what he's tried to play through before."It's just not ready yet," he said.Flip through this gallery for more of the NBA's biggest current injuries.
He's an unrestricted free agent after this season and seeking a nine-figure pay day. "When I get on the court, that's when I'm going to be ready. It would suck to play through pain, but sometimes you have to."Jason Wolf writes for The (Wilmington, Del.) News-Journal.
The 25-year-old was diagnosed with a bone bruise and damaged cartilage in his right knee in September and a "mirror issue" in his left knee in November, when it began to swell after going bowling. He said last week that his right knee feels "phenomenal," but the injections "didn't help that much, to be honest."It's been nine months since Bynum last played in an NBA game, when he helped the Lakers reach the second round of the playoffs.
HAIR TODAY: Photos of Bynum's unique 'dos This is what Andrew Bynum's hair looked like during the 76ers' Feb. The greasy braids look is a new one for Bynum, who has experimented in fashion all season while not playing. Bynum previously said he isn't planning to stay in Philadelphia to rehab during the All-Star break, instead choosing to return "home" to Los Angeles.
The Sixers see him as their center of the future, but face two significant issues.
They don't know what kind of player he will be if and when he returns this season, and he is a free agent after the season.