When the Sixers concluded practice on Tuesday night, Andrew Bynum was on the court putting up jumpers and joking with teammates.

The Sixers announced on Tuesday that Bynum has started low-impact drills. The All-Star center will be re-evaluated by medical personnel on a continuous basis but the team will be cautious with his return date (see story).

"That's all good," head coach Doug Collins said. "I think he is feeling a lot better. His spirits are good, so that's all positive stuff."

"If anything, we want him to come back healthy," Jrue Holiday said. "We need him when it really matters. If we make it to the playoffs, we want him to get 100 percent."

Bynum will not be in uniform Wednesday night, but the highest commodity the Sixers gave up to acquire the big man will be on the court.

Andre Iguodala is expected to be in Denver's starting lineup. The Sixers will show a video tribute to Iguodala on the big screen during the first timeout of the first quarter, highlighting the swingman's career with the team.