I know it may well be wasted bandwidth to tell Philadelphia fans to relax and go with the flow, but I'm going to try anyway. Sixers fans, when it comes to Andrew Bynum you are better off not micro-analyzing everything. Think big picture. It'll be good for your blood pressure. Bynum is out with a bone bruise on his knee — that would be his surgically repaired knee where he had a special blood-spinning treatment done late this summer — so he is out for the first few weeks of preseason. But that is not sitting well in some quarters and team president Rod Thorn is having to respond. From the Philadelphia Intelligencer: Team president Rod Thorn on Wednesday denied a report by Fox 29 sports anchor Howard Eskin that "the Lakers may have given the 76ers damaged goods" in star center Andrew Bynum…. "The injury is what it is — a bruised knee," said Thorn via email. "It takes time to heal. He obviously had knee surgery previously."
Sixers' fans need to accept Bynum is a roller coaster
Pro Basketball Talk | Oct 11