Write & Earn
Notifications

Andrew Bynum

BornOctober 27, 1987

Andrew Bynum is an American professional basketball player in the National Basketball Association(NBA) for the Philadelphia 76ers. He was in the 2005 McDonald's All-American game where he tallied 9 points and 5 rebounds. He originally planned to attend the University of Connecticut; however, the 17-year-old made the decision to godirectly into the NBA and made himself eligible for the 2005 NBA Draft, where he was selected by the Los Angeles Lakers. On November 2, 2005, during the Lakers' season opener against the Denver Nuggets, Bynum played six minutes and became the youngest player ever to play in an NBA game at age 18 years, 6 days. In a game against the Miami Heat on January 15, 2006, Bynum matched up against former Laker center Shaquille O'Neal for the first time. Bynum scored 18 points and had 9 rebounds in 24 minutes against the Phoenix Suns on October 31, 2006, making seven of his eleven attempts from the field. During the 2006-2007 season, he appeared in 82 games and started 53 and finished the season with averages of 7.8 points and 5.9 rebounds, in just over 21 minutes per game. On October 30, 2008, he agreed to sign a 4 year, $58 million contract with the Lakers. Bynum set a new career high in scoring with 42 points to go along with 15 rebounds (8 offensive) and 3 blocked shots on January 21, 2009 against the Los Angeles Clippers. On August 10, he was traded to the Philadelphia 76ers in a four-team deal which also sent Dwight Howard from the Orlando Magic to the Lakers and Andre Iguodala from the 76ers to the Denver Nuggets.
NBA 2013-14: Do the Indiana Pacers have what it takes to dethrone Miami Heat?
NBA 2013-14: Do the Indiana Pacers have what it takes to dethrone Miami Heat?
As the NBA season reaches its business end, the only question around the East Conference is whether Indiana Pacers can dethrone Miami Heat.
Andrew Bynum traded to Chicago Bulls along with picks for Luol Deng
Andrew Bynum traded to Chicago Bulls along with picks for Luol Deng
NBA: 10 things to look forward to this season
NBA: 10 things to look forward to this season
Cleveland Cavaliers: A new era
Cleveland Cavaliers: A new era
Most impacting comebacks of NBA
Most impacting comebacks of NBA
NBA's Top 2013-14 Sixth man of the year candidates
NBA's Top 2013-14 Sixth man of the year candidates
NBA: Five teams which will turn the 'Heat' on Miami
NBA: Five teams which will turn the 'Heat' on Miami
Dallas Mavericks: Playoff Contenders or Conference Extras?
Dallas Mavericks: Playoff Contenders or Conference Extras?
NBA Preview 2013-2014 Season: Cleveland Cavaliers
NBA Preview 2013-2014 Season: Cleveland Cavaliers
NBA: 5 player/coach reunions with their former teams in 2013-14 season
NBA: 5 player/coach reunions with their former teams in 2013-14 season
Bynum excited to join Cavaliers
Bynum excited to join Cavaliers
Bennett, Bynum and Brown: three B’s that mean a sign of “glee” for Cleveland
Bennett, Bynum and Brown: three B’s that mean a sign of “glee” for Cleveland
Will Andrew Bynum make the Cleveland Cavaliers playoff contenders?
Will Andrew Bynum make the Cleveland Cavaliers playoff contenders?
Brook Lopez: The best "Big Man" in the NBA?
Brook Lopez: The best "Big Man" in the NBA?
NBA TV schedule in India: Dec 11-20
NBA TV schedule in India: Dec 11-20
Assessing the deals of the Atlantic division
Assessing the deals of the Atlantic division
Happy Birthday Kobe: Most important season of Bryant's career
Happy Birthday Kobe: Most important season of Bryant's career
Fortune favours the brave Mamba
Fortune favours the brave Mamba
Fortune has hovered above Kobe Bryant for the majority of his 16-year career, and now with Dwight Howard in his side, he has the chance to continue cementing his legacy. Is he one of the greatest ever players of all time or just one of the luckiest. The answer lies somewhere in the middle, as Kobe will stand in history as player who forced luck to be with him and prolonged his success.
4 team trade. Dwight Howard to the Lakers. What say Kobe?
4 team trade. Dwight Howard to the Lakers. What say Kobe?
Fetching more content...