Anyone care to guess how many games Andrew Bynum will last with the Indiana Pacers? One? Ten? Twenty? The rest of his career?

To be honest, we have absolutely no idea how long Bynum is going to last in Indy. We thought he was going to be in Cleveland with the Cavaliers for the next two years and, well, we all know how that turned out. So it'll be interesting to see if he fits in within the Pacers organization.

Tonight, he'll get his first opportunity to prove whether or not he belongs on the title contenders when he suits up for his first game with the team when they take on the Celtics. He won't start—a guy named Roy Hibbert is standing in the way of Bynum ever starting in Indiana—but he will see some pretty significant minutes due to the fact that Pacers backup center Ian Mahinmi is currently out with a bruised rib. And moving forward, he's expected to play a big role with Indiana.

How long will he actually last, though? That's anyone's guess. Stay tuned to see how the Andrew Bynum experiment goes in Indiana.

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[via Pro Basketball Game]