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According to ESPN dot com, Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum suffered a setback in his rehab last week and hopes of the Sixers big man playing this season are becoming very slim. He told reporters today that he suffered swelling and discomfort in his surgerically repaired right knee that has kept him out most of the season.
“It’s getting late. I don’t know (about playing this season),” Bynum said. “I don’t want to play in pain. … I’m 25, it’s my life.” (ESPN)
The Sixers have 26 remaining games left in the season and are currently on the outside looking in as it pertains to a NBA playoff spot being 6 games behind the current 8th seed Milwaukee Bucks. Andrew Bynum is currently making $16.9 million this season and is set to become a free agent in July. For more info about this story, go to the link right here: http://espn.go.com/nba/story/_/id/9003370/andrew-bynum-philadelphia-76ers-suffers-another-setback-practicing