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ESPN: Bynum's latest bruise from bowling

Did 76ers center Andrew Bynum cause further damage - including a new bone bruise and cartilage damage - to his knees while bowling?

ESPN: Bynum's latest bruise from bowling

Sixers center Andrew Bynum. (David Maialetti/Staff file photo)
Sixers center Andrew Bynum. (David Maialetti/Staff file photo)

Did 76ers center Andrew Bynum cause further damage - including a new bone bruise and cartilage damage – to his knees while bowling?

According to a report on ESPN.com, this might be the case. Citing multiple sources, ESPN.com reported that Bynum, who has yet to play for the Sixers, may have caused himself further damage while bowling.

There are several activities that are prohibited in standard NBA player contracts, but bowling is not one of them. Bynum is known to enjoy bowling, ESPN.com reported.

On Friday, Bynum reported that he experienced a setback in his recovery. Already hampered by a bruised bone in his right knee, Bynum said that he has also suffered a similar injury in his left knee. Bynum is scheduled to begin basketball related activities in early Dec.

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Keith Pompey has been an Inquirer reporter since September 2004 and took over the Sixers beat in the summer of 2013 after covering Temple basketball and football for the previous three years.

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