The last time Andrew Bynum played at least 60 games in an NBA regular season (2011-12), he averaged career highs in points (18.7), rebounds (11.8), and minutes (35.2) per game for the Los Angeles Lakers. Bynum was also named an All-Star and a member of the All-NBA Second Team.
The last time he suited up for more than 60 games (2009-10 season), the Lakers successfully defended their title. The last time Bynum stepped foot on an NBA court, he was signed by the Indiana Pacers for the remainder of the 2013-14 season before injuring his knee (yet again).
Bynum only played for two games with the Pacers—two more than he did with the Philadelphia 76ers. At 26 years old, the enigmatic seven-footer was already out of the league.
Four years later, the two-time NBA champion is eyeing an NBA comeback, as per Shams Caramia of Yahoo Sports.
Chris Johnson, Bynum's trainer, also shared videos of his client's workout. ICYMI, the 30-year-old baller looks good in them. To those who have doubts whether or not Bynum can play in the new era of basketball, Johnson says, "He's knocking down the 3 consistently."