Rick Rolled wrote:Brian Windhorst ‚ÄŹ@WindhorstESPN
Sixers fear Andrew Bynum has done additional damage to his knees by bowling recently, multiple sources told ESPN.
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A prominent, highly respected orthopedic surgeon who is not involved in Bynum‚Äôs treatment and has not seen his MRIs, told The News Journal that Bynum has likely been diagnosed with osteochondral lesions. The condition may heal on its own, but will likely keep Bynum from practicing until March or April, at the earliest. If it doesn‚Äôt heal, Bynum will require surgery that could sideline him for up to a year. He should find out if he needs surgery by as early as December, the surgeon said.
‚ÄúI started investigating [the bowling] a little bit,‚ÄĚ Twersky said. ‚ÄúAnd one of the people that I hit, a guy who has played with him before, he texted me back and said ‚ÄėI don‚Äôt know if that‚Äôs true [the bowling], but I do know that I‚Äôve never met another player in the league who likes basketball less [than Bynum].‚ÄĚ