Tuesday, December 7, 2010


Jun. 08, 2010 - Boston, MASSACHUSETTS, UNITED STATES - epa02192920 Los Angeles Lakers' Andrew Bynum (R) goes to the basket for two points as Boston Celtics' Kendrick Perkins defends during the first half of game three of the NBA Finals at TD Gardens in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, 08 June 2010. The series is even at 1-1 for the best of seven games.

Aint nothing like good news. It's been the subject of ongoing Laker reports for months, for better or worse but for the first time in a long time things are looking up in regards to Andrew Bynum and his comeback. The centre started and completed his first full practice with the team since his knee injury way back in July. Now as for the feedback, "No pain, no symptoms," the star reported. Number 17 could look at a return as early as some point next week. Just in time for Christmas like first thought. What a great presence. The quietly confident player is remaining cautious however, "I just want to get a couple more practices in, keep working on timing and just come back." Bynum had been eager to exceed everyones expectations but now doesn't want to commit to a date just yet. Still the big man took part in a five on five scrimmage and looked healthy dunking a couple of times down the floor. 'Drew noted that his quickness was a little off a he still wasn't 100% but added that "That's just going to come with timing, that's going to come with more work in the weight room." So as the Lakers wait they will look forward to having Andrews 15 and 8 back. As this 23 year old continues to develop into a potential 20, 10 threat. Let's hope injury doesn't prolong his promise anymore. TIM DAVID HARVEY.

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