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    Thursday, October 4, 2012

    Andrew Bynum and John Wall Out For Several Weeks Due To Respective Injuries




    Andrew Bynum has had some knee problems. And now that he is the new face of the Philadelphia 76ers, he realized that he needs to rejuvenate himself. He and his crew decided to go all the way to Germany to undergo a Plasma rich platelets therapy. It is the same therapy that Tiger Woods and the Pittsburgh Steelers's Hines Ward used to treat their respective injuries. So far they have some great reaction about the said therapy. Hopefully it will be the same for Bynum. Bynum is expected to miss the first 3 Weeks the NBA 2012-2013 Regular Season.


    John Wall of the Washington Wizards on the other hand has been looking forward to the NBA 2012-2013 Season. Many consider it to be a big year for the Kentucky standout as he now has Bradley Beal in the Shooting Guard Position and he has a well established big man in Nene. But unfortunate, Wall suffered a knee strain particularly on his patella. He is expected to miss the first 7-8 weeks of the NBA Regular Season.

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