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    For all those who felt it would have been better to keep Bynum

    From NBAInfoDaily on Twitter: 76ers C Andrew Bynum has another setback: swelling and cartilage damage in his left knee. Original injury was in his right knee!

    https://twitter.com/nbainfodaily/sta...84803278503936

    Real bad news. Probem in BOTH knees!

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    Wow.. I feel really bad now (for him)

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    Anyone who didn't see this coming - is blind or in serious denial (margie).
    This is how I bleed

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    Dodged a major bullet there. I hope he gets better tho.

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    That totally sucks for the 76ers... especially if he doesnt sign with them... Either way their in a weird spot. If he comes back and plays half of the season (maybe less), how much do you sign him for next year???
    #Chow!

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    For all those who felt it would have been better to keep Bynum

    It's pretty sad but most of us saw this coming

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    All of the people who argued with me over the years when I said Bynum's KNEES were timebombs need to line up and kiss my ***. You know who you are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluefire7002 View Post
    That totally sucks for the 76ers... especially if he doesnt sign with them... Either way their in a weird spot. If he comes back and plays half of the season (maybe less), how much do you sign him for next year???
    Regardless of how good he plays, I personally think it would be stupid if someone signs him to a contract that guarantees him more then 12 million/year.. His knees have proved that he is not worth that kind of money.. If I was a GM, I might throw 8-10 mil at him but not much more.. Sorry if I sound negative, I'm just trying to be realistic.. I love the guy, he had some highs and lows in P&G so I will forever love the guy but man, those knees are killing him.. He might be turning into Yao Ming to be honest.. Yao was on the verge of becoming the best center in the NBA but his knees took him out also.. :/ When I talk about what I'm thankful for next thursday, Dwight Howard will definitely be mentioned..

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    Quote Originally Posted by handle View Post
    All of the people who argued with me over the years when I said Bynum's KNEES were timebombs need to line up and kiss my ***. You know who you are.
    ok...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaydubb View Post
    ok...


    Next!

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    Greg Oden part 2. So much talent and so much potential, so little good cartilage. If I was an NBA owner, I'm not sure if I want to sign him at all unless we some insurance on those knees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaydubb View Post
    ok...
    I think you were smart to go first.

    You don't want to get everybody else's germs.

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    we all know this would happen.. too bad for the sixers..







    PLAN B



    SIM LEAGUE NETS

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    I just wonder if he injured his left knee while rehabbing his right.

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    I knew his knees would eventually give out but I didn't think it was gonna be this soon. I hope he gets better and has a solid career. The lakers really did dodge a bullet with Bynum.

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