Nov 27, 2012; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia 76ers center Kwame Brown (54) during the fourth quarter against the Dallas Mavericks at the Wachovia Center. The Sixers defeated the Mavericks 100-98. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Philadelphia 76ers’ center Kwame Brown suffers strained right hamstring


I honestly forgot that Kwame Brown still played in this league. I remember when he was a member of the Los Angeles Laker and pretty much just stole money from the organization.

Anyways, the Philadelphia 76ers big man has apparently suffered a straight right hamstring and is looking for a second opinion from another doctor. Which isn’t necessarily the best news Sixers fans were looking for right now since they lost Andrew Bynum.

Yeah Bynum didn’t suit up the entire year last season, but he’s currently on pace to returning to the league once again and getting back to the shape he was when he was with the Lakers. Ontop of that, Arnett Moultrie is also expected to be sidelined for awhile after he underwent surgery on his ankle.

It looks like Spencer Hawes may pick up some time at Center with Thaddeus Young picking up some minutes at the power forward position. This team is loaded with injuries and lacks some depth on the bench. It’ll be a struggle but I guess it may be worth it with a possible high lottery pick in next seasons draft.

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