Andrew Bynum said that his left knee is "feeling much better" on Sunday before the Sixers took on his former team, the Lakers at the Wells Fargo Center.  Bynum is scheduled to have an MRI on December 20 and we'll know a lot more once those results are released.

"The update is that I’m feeling much better. From the beginning of this year, the state of the injury when I see the doctor hopefully I’ll be cleared for impact. Only the left knee (is hurting) the right knee is fine."

Bynum did indicate that he was feeling better now then he was this time last week.

"Actually I'm feeling better and the pain is down in both knees, which is good," Bynum said. "But there could be something floating around in there.  It’s better from then, definitely improvement. Not really, just shooting around a little bit with the guys. I’m starting to feel better."

Bynum sounds like he is chomping-at-the-bit to get back on the floor, and knows that he will add to a team that is lacking a presence in the post.

"I think I could do wonders for this team because right now we don’t have a lot of post threat and that would help free up a lot of our guys from the outside – knock down shooters,” he  said. “And Jrue (Holiday) and Evan (Turner) are playing a lot with the ball right now so it would be good to join them and Thaddeus (Young) also."