Andrew Bynum Says He “Doesn’t Feel Bad” About Leaving Philly


Andrew Bynum’s going to return to the scene of the crime on Friday.

Bynum is being accused by 76ers fans of stealing more than $16.9 million during a season in which his stat line 0-0-0-0.

The Cavaliers are limiting Bynum’s minutes, but he is expected to play Friday in his return to Philadelphia.  Asked what he might expect, Bynum told the media that “he expects to get booed,” and he doesn’t “feel bad” about his one wasted season in Philadelphia.

Cleveland Cavaliers center Andrew Bynum told reporters he would play against the 76ers Friday night at the Wells Fargo Center. The former Sixer said he would sit out Saturday’s contest against Philadelphia in Cleveland.

“I think they’ll probably boo, but that’s their choice,” Bynum said of Sixers fans during Wednesday’s shootaround in Milwaukee. “It wasn’t my choice to get rid of me. I don’t feel bad at all. . . . If I was not hurt, I would’ve played. That’s really the end to that story.”

Boos are the least of it, and they’ll get louder if Bynum goes out and has a good game, or if he helps lead the Cavs to the post season.