NBA News: 76ers Andrew Bynum Dances On Surgically Repaired Knees

Andrew BynumFormer Lakers center and impending free agent Andrew Bynum is in the news yet again for all the wrong reasons. Bynum underwent surgery on both his left and right knees after the 2012-13 season saw him not set foot on the floor for one second.

However, it seems surgery didn’t stop Bynum from traveling to Spain and dancing on his knees. Bynum has a history of doing stupid things and dancing after knee surgery is right up there. This season, the seven-footer admitted that he re-injured his knees bowling, which caused everyone around the league to question his maturity.

When he was a member of the Lakers, Bynum delayed his surgery in order to travel to South Africa for the World Cup. With his free agency upcoming, it isn’t known where or for how much the seven-footer will play next season. Without playing a single game this season, a team will be taking a huge gamble if they shell out a max contract for him.

For more on the story, head over to SportsCity.com

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