Is it time for the Sixers' to go with plan B?
Mon, 25 Feb 2013|
With time running out on the Sixers' season, Marshall Harris examines the team's options with Andrew Bynum and asks the question, whether he should stay, or go?
I don't know people who grew up playing but. Yeah listen I don't believe that the -- it. We're looking at plan a and if that doesn't work out then then we'll go to plan B plan a a -- hander. And it's amazing just him standing out very distorted the whole practice. And I you know it's like to get visions of what might have been with. Less than thirty games left in the season the Sixers on a five game streak in the wrong direction and dreams of eight seed fading its no wonder Doug Collins described in the season. As one that's gotten away with every loss the question -- more from -- -- Bynum can help this team make a play -- run to the bigger picture should he stay. Or should -- go. I think you got to see if he ever does take the court clearly there's a possibility that he does not. But if he comes back and he can be productive I think that have to factor in at some point we make that decision. Notify me to give -- -- bombed a Max money -- look before. I have to see them practice I have to -- you play -- games that sold me that he's good to be healthy and injury free. Now the question -- opposes what the Sixers should he Bynum -- send -- -- but -- brought it's a two way street. Bynum is an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season which means he can walk if he chooses to -- according to him he's keeping his options open it. I only play. And whoever. And on you know I mean from the Sixers and they keep me great solid. -- much and in your little which cajun guys there's there's no there's no lessons you. He's the reason unrestricted free agent so I mean he had the decision to I mean he could just go anywhere he wants so it is not right we are young ones make it such. Not -- look is be loyal but the look that was the best option for -- vessel is Dubai I'm gonna make that decision known -- -- what's the best option for me -- like with the Celtics has been a -- -- to holiday and good owners. I'm staying here from -- one. Money matters and that is the one advantage the Sixers will have -- in fact they do want to keep -- their medical staff says that's a good investment. Is the fact that they can have his Larry Bird rights and therefore he stands to make more money here than he could somewhere else. So many questions on Bynum are unanswerable one thing is certain he says he'll likely be in a situation where he has to tolerate pain. For the rest of his career from the -- viewpoint the question then becomes. Can they handle the pain of the financial burden they'll be gambling on. Marshall -- Comcast sports net.