Former All-Star center Andrew Bynums best season as a player was in 2011-12 when the 7-foot center averaged 18.7 points and 11.8 rebounds.
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Bynum last appeared in the NBA in the 2013-14 season, splitting time between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Indiana Pacers. The 30-year-old announced he is preparing for a return to the NBA and that he has hired representation and is scheduling workouts with teams before the start of training camp.
Former Lakers two-time champion and All-Star Andrew Bynum has hired representation in attempts of NBA comeback at age of 30 and scheduling team workouts before training camps.
One of the last high school-to-pros products won two championships with Kobe Bryant and Co. in 2009 and 2010, playing seven years in LA (2005-2012).
Andrew Bynum, once a promising and dominant center, hasn’t played in the League since 2014. He’s planning a comeback for this season, according to a new report from @ShamsCharania: https://t.co/FO5Ed69a3Y
At 18, Bynum was drafted No. 10 overall out of St. Joseph H.S. in Metuchen, New Jersey. After an up-and-down career, where he never reached his full potential, Bynum retired at the young age of 26.
Bynum is young enough to make a comeback if his body is up to the task, but making an NBA team will be a challenge. Hes not known as an inside presence that can also shoot long range and the game has changed since Bynum last played. The traditional center really doesnt exist in most NBA offenses.
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He may be able to catch on with a contender that needs an inside presence who can rebound and block shots. Hes been spotted in some private workouts and appears to be in decent shape.
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Its good to see the fire still burning in a guy whose desire was often questioned while playing in the league.