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Old 11-19-2012, 09:28 AM   #1
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Default Andrew Bynum knee problem continues

Then, when Bynum met with media on Friday, he revealed that he had incurred swelling in his left knee during low-impact workouts. General manager Tony DiLeo said that an MRI had been performed on the left knee earlier that week. Then Sunday, Bynum let it be known that the bowling was likely the culprit for the swollen left knee.

"I didn't do anything. I didn't twist it, I didn't fall or nothing," said Bynum of the critical bowling adventure. "It got big. [It swelled up after bowling?] Exactly."

While many will question why Bynum was out bowling with aching knees in the first place, the focus should be on the fact that here is a 25-year-old man who gets swelling in a knee after bowling, which is certainly not a good sign.

"Obviously that's the question that all the doctors kind of have, and myself," said Bynum. "You do that [bowling], which is relatively nothing, three steps. What would happen when you play? I think that's the most important thing and why everyone is being so cautious. I can't answer and they can't now, either. We're trying to figure out what's going on.

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