Andrew Bynum Has His Knee Drained; Out Indefinitely



The swelling started in Bynum’s knee after he had his best game as a Pacers dropping 15 points and grabbing 9 rebounds against the Pistons.

Now, the Pacers aren’t sure when Bynum will return to action. Here are the details from

Andrew Bynum won’t join the Pacers on their trip to New York, but instead will stay in town to treat swelling in his knees that are causing him pain — and to miss games.

“The knees are still swollen so he’s going to stay behind to get some work in here and some treatment here,” Pacers coach Frank Vogel said following Tuesday’s practice.

Bynum has experienced significant swelling in his right knee and underwent an MRI and had it drained Monday afternoon.

No word on when Bynum will be available to play again.