Cavs’ Andrew Bynum Not Ruled Out For Season Opener

By: Keyona Balfour, Intern

With the NBA season opener nearing for the Cavs, one big question still remain for Cavs fans. When will Andrew Bynum hit the court and begin to produce for the team? Andrew Bynum who underwent bilateral arthroscopic surgery on both of his knees in March and hasn’t appeared in an NBA game since May 2012 is expected to play this year. When asked about Bynum’s return for the season opener coach Mike Brown said,

“I’m not even speculating that,” Brown said Sunday. “What I’m waiting for is the doctors to say he can play. If the doctors say he can play, that’s when I’ll make a decision as to whether or not to play him. But the doctors have not cleared him to play yet.”

The Cavaliers are very cautious with not giving out any information on when Bynum is expected to return. Could fans see Bynum come off the bench tomorrow? No one really has the answer but don’t ruled him out for the season opener, because he has been participating in practice.

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