On Friday, Andrew Bynum told the media that he "had a little bit of setback" with his left knee. Bynum wisely chose to not go into detail and now we know why. According to ESPN's Brian Windhorst and Chris Broussard, the 25-year-old walking "hair-tastrophe" reportedly injured himself while playing bowling. Wait, what?! 

While bowling is an acceptable activity in the standard NBA contract, there is no reason for someone with chronic knee problems to be anywhere other than relaxing on his couch, sitting back on the Sixers' bench or plotting his next radical hairstyle in a barber chair.

Even with the setback, Philly is hoping to have Bynum back in practice by December 10th and hopefully on the court sometime around Christmas.  

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[via ESPN]

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