Andrew Bynum is once again experiencing swelling in his right knee after practicing last Friday, and he said "I don't really know" if he'll play this season as a result.
The right knee is the one that was initially the issue, and not the one he hurt bowling at one point earlier int he season. Bynum ditched the media on Tuesday, has been unable to do any basketball-related activities since last Friday and has now confirmed that his knee swelled up again. This is all on top of a report that he's dealing with a degenerative knee condition, and it's starting to look even worse than previously for Bynum. The Sixers traded Andre Iguodala, Moe Harkless and Nikola Vucevic to acquire Bynum and Jason Richardson in the offseason. Bynum will be an unrestricted free agent in search of a max contract, while Richardson is not expected to be ready to start next season on time following knee surgery. The Bynum experiment has been a downright disaster for the Sixers. Bynum admitted that not playing this year "is a thought."