If Andrew Bynum doesn’t play a game for the 76ers this season, he should never suit up for the team, opines Tom Moore of Calkins Media. Quality centers are hard to come by and Philly gave up quite a bit to land the former Lakers standout, but trying to salvage something from the deal would be an awful idea. General Manager Tony DiLeo says that re-signing Bynum is his plan A, but Moore wants to know what Plan B might be. Here's more out of the Atlantic..
- Eric Koreen of the National Post breaks down the chances each Raptors player has of returning to the team next season, believing there's more uncertainty surrounding the future of DeMar DeRozan than anyone else on the roster.
- The old school ways of 76ers coach Doug Collins isn't what's wrong with the team, writes Bob Ford of the Philadelphia Inquirer. Collins' squad is 23-34 and 2-8 in their last ten outings.
- After trading for Arnett Moultrie in last year's draft, it's time for the 76ers to give him a chance and see what he can do, writes John Mitchell of the Philadelphia Inquirer.