You probably had enough of the Andrew Bynum saga by now. Unfortunately, it's not over.
After missing the entire 2012-13 NBA season due to knee problems, you probably assumed the 7-foot free agent center, who doesn't have a contract to play next season, would be rehabbing in an attempt to show teams he's healthy enough to contribute in the upcoming years.
He's not. Well, not exactly. If you consider performing the Flamenco dance in Spain to qualify as rehabbing, he is. Here's the video proof:
At least he's not bowling, right? That could be dangerous.
Luckily for Bynum, it appears to be a strong showing on the dance floor.
In case you're not familiar with this particular dance, the Flamenco is an expressive, Spanish dance form that uses hand clapping and fluid footwork. Bynum sure has that.
This video surfaced on the Facebook page of Cafe de Chinita, a restaurant in Madrid, less than two weeks after the Sixers ended a disappointing season.
As usual, scroll down and let us know how you feel in the comments after seeing this, Sixers fans.
(h/t Bleacher Report)