The bowling, the dancing, the hair, the press conferences and timelines. Just about everything we remember here in Philadelphia about Andrew Bynum has nothing to do with actual basketball on an actual basketball court.
Well, the Eagles have lost, so for a little while we can focus on making up trades for the Sixers that will probably never happen.
The Eagles, Flyers and Villanova have been on fire as of late.
By the time you read this, the Eagles-Dallas game will have been decided. Without Tony Romo, the Dallas Cowboys were expected to lean heavily on running back, De Marco Murray, who had been coming on strong of late. This season, he had surpassed 1,000 yards rushing for the first time in his three-year career.
The Andrew Bynum experiment appears over for the Cavaliers.
Cavs center Andrew Bynum says he’ll play in Philadelphia on Friday.
The Eagles lost a game they could have and should have won last Sunday. They couldn’t contain San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers, who threw for 410 yards, completing 36 of 47 passes without an interception. That was their most significant failure. But what the game amounted to was third downs.
Not surprisingly, Andrew Bynum still has a degenerative knee issue (remember what degenerative means?). Not surprisingly either, it is preventing him from playing basketball.
New Sixers CEO Scott O’Neil apologizes to fans who invested in Andrew Bynum.
Just minutes after signing with Cleveland, Andrew Bynum proclaimed the Cavaliers to be a playoff team.
By Bill Campbell I was browsing though a magazine recently and discovered that during the 1920’s there were 4 living legends in sports that everyone knew: Babe Ruth in baseball, Red Grange in football, Jack […]
The Andrew Bynum era in Philadelphia is over. 11 months of torture, for both him and us, began with a bang at the constitution center, and then was filled with awkward press conferences, bowling, funny hair and frustration. I couldn’t be happier that it’s over.
The Philly Top Five Power Rankings this week are about hellos and goodbyes. Andrew Bynum says goodbye, the Phillies could be saying hello or goodbye, the Flyers welcome a few, and we just can’t say goodbye to Donovan McNabb.
A person familiar with the negotiations says the Cleveland Cavaliers have reached agreement on a two-year contract with center Andrew Bynum.
As the Cavaliers await word from Andrew Bynum, two other teams have joined the chase for the free agent center.