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Apr 17, 2014
Rotoworld
Andrew Bynum (knee) will not play against the Hawks in the first round of the playoffs.
Liberty Ballers Apr 21, 2014

On the Absence of Nerlens Noel

The No. 6 overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft didn't play at all this season. It makes sense why, but it still hurts. When the Sixers traded Jrue Holiday for Nerlens Noel and a 2014 first rounder, we told ourselves a few things. For one, we knew Nerlens Noel is not Andrew Bynum. A torn ACL is not a chronic injury. Noel won't have to grow knee tissue in a petri dish. He was just 19 years old last June. But as the season went on, and the likelihood that Noel would play this season shrank, his lengthy rehabilitation tested the patience of the Sixers fans that stuck around this...

Pacers rule Bynum out vs. Hawks

Center Andrew Bynum will not play in the Indiana Pacers series against the Atlanta Hawks.
Chicago Tribune Apr 18, 2014

Pacers rule Bynum out vs. Hawks

Center Andrew Bynum will not play in the Indiana Pacers series against the Atlanta Hawks.
Indy Cornrows Apr 18, 2014

Pacers Playoffs Links: Andrew Bynum won't be available to play Hawks in Round 1

The Pacers hope to have Andrew Bynum available at some point in the playoffs but they will have to get through the first round against the Hawks without the reserve big man. Andrew Bynum looked the part of a healthy NBA player at the Pacers practice on Thursday, showing up in full practice uniform with shoes and socks and everything. Except he didn't actually participate in the practice, instead watching from a familiar seat on the sidelines. After practice, Frank Vogel ruled out the option of using Bynum in the first round, according to Pacers.com. But Vogel didn't rule out Bynum for...
Peachtree Hoops Apr 17, 2014
NBA Playoffs 2014: Andrew Bynum ruled out of Round 1 against Hawks

NBA Playoffs 2014: Andrew Bynum ruled out of Round 1 against Hawks

Indiana Pacers center Andrew Bynum has been declared out for Round 1 of the playoffs by head coach Frank Vogel. When the Atlanta Hawks take on the Indiana Pacers in Round 1 of the NBA Playoffs they won't have to contend with center Andrew Bynum who was declared out for the series today by head coach Frank Vogel. He went on to say that there is still a chance that Bynum plays if the Pacers advance in the playoffs. Bynum initially signed with the Cleveland Cavaliers prior to the season after being pursued by several teams including the Atlanta Hawks. His time in Cleveland was short as the...
Rotoworld Apr 17, 2014

Andrew Bynum (knee) ruled out for Round 1 - Andrew Bynum (C) Indiana Pacers

Andrew Bynum (knee) will not play against the Hawks in the first round of the playoffs.
Indy Cornrows Apr 7, 2014
Pacers still trying to put together what Larry Bird broke up

Pacers still trying to put together what Larry Bird broke up

The Pacers continue to desperately piece together a strong team dynamic to make a playoff run after coming apart down the stretch of the regular season. The answer didn't need any words. The pursed upper lip, averted eyes and deep breath before answering revealed all you needed to know about how the Pacers felt. Andrew Bynum was still days away from evening joining the team, but everything had changed. David West, Paul George, George Hill and even Frank Vogel, all dutifully answered questions about Bynum's addition the night the move was announced, but there was no genuine enthusiasm or...
Plain Dealer Mar 30, 2014

Injured Andrew Bynum -- sound familiar? -- expected back in Indiana: Cleveland Cavaliers Insider

Former Cavalier Andrew Bynum is injured again and out of the Indiana Pacers lineup.

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