NBA News: Sixers Center Andrew Bynum Doesn’t Attend Team Picture

NBA: Utah Jazz at Philadelphia 76ersFormer Lakers center Andrew Bynum was a no-show for the Philadelphia 76ers team photo today because he was busy rehabbing his surgically repaired knees.

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Bynum hasn’t played in a game for the 76ers and has been known more for his funky hairstyles then his play on the court this season.

The Lakers traded Bynum to the 76ers in exchange for Dwight Howard and Bynum was supposed to be the missing piece to put the Sixers over the top in the east. His contract expires at the end of the season and since he won’t play a single game this season, it will be interesting to see the market for the talented center.

Dwight Howard, Bynum’s replacement, has improved his play of late as the Lakers have won four of five and have a one game lead on the Utah Jazz.

To read the rest of the story about Bynum head over to SportsCity.com

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