UPDATE 11pm PST: (via Eric Pincus) “After the game, Bynum indicated he didn’t think the injury was anything serious. Obviously an MRI may say differently but the Laker center downplayed it .”
Update:Phil Jackson told Cheryl Miller at the end of the 3rd quarter, that he talked to Bynum at halftime, and Drew said that he would be OK!
Andrew Bynum went down in the 2nd quarter against the San Antonio Spurs. Bynum, left under his own power, and limped to the locker room accompanied by Lakers trainer Gary Vitti.
Bynum, will not return to the game against the Spurs, and will not make the trip to Sacramento.
An MRI is scheduled for Wednesday morning at 11am.
Reports out of the locker room are saying that he “Hyper-extended” his knee, it is the same knee that was surgically repaired this summer.
in 6 seasons with the Lakers, Bynum has only played in all 82 games once (2nd season – 2006-07)
In 53 games this season, Bynum is averaging 11.5 points, 9.5 rebounds, and 2 blocks per game.
Stay tuned to The Lakers Nation for updates.