weakbomb wrote:Last news is Andrew Bynums last position is uncertain. When will he return is unknown.
signshakin wrote:we're annihilating teams right now. playing exactly how we need WITHOUT BYNUM. we might be the #1 seed WITHOUT BYNUM.
why oh why is anyone saying this isn't our year or let's look at next year.
this year is OUR YEAR, don't forget it and don't deny. with or without Bynum we're going to raise another banner.
bnr034 wrote:I heard that bynum is startin to run on the treadmill this week am i rite??
During the La Vs Heat game today via TNT
Barnstable wrote:I'd love for the Lakers to win it all this season, but getting a healthy Bynum back is much more important.
I'll give up a championship this season for a dynasty there after.
"The Suns should have traded Shawn Marion for Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny. Santa could have provided the size while the Easter Bunny has always been a quick defender. "
stacato wrote:^ I think Phil will bring Drew off the bench for the first few games to ease him in and test different line up situations to see what works best. They have plenty of time before the playoffs start.
Jackson said Bynum, who has been out about seven weeks, probably will come off the bench when he does return.
"Probably, that's the way it's going to have to start, with Andrew going six, eight minutes at a time rather than stepping into a starter's role," Jackson said.
The center is beginning a second week of jogging in a therapeutic pool in his recovery from a dislocated kneecap. He probably won't play until late March or early April.
Andrew Bynum began his second week of jogging in a therapeutic pool, although there still wasn't a specific target date for his return.
He hasn't started jogging on a treadmill, the next step in his rehabilitation, making a late March or early April return date more likely.
The Lakers, however, were not concerned with Bynum's overall progress.
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