- 7:46 pm - Wed, Apr 27, 2011
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You know how Andrew Bynum walks and it always looks like there’s a hitch in his step? Yeah, that’s ‘cause there is. His Q-angle is off. Duh!
If you haven’t read Lee Jenkins’ piece on Bynum in Sports Illustrated, do so. A fascinating look into how, “Andrew is challenged in terms of his skeleton.”
Some people are born short, and they’ll probably never play in the NBA. Some people are born without athletic ability, and they won’t be in the league either. Well, Andrew Bynum is tall, and athletic, but the angle created from his anterior superior iliac spine to his central patella, and back to the tibial tubercle, is abnormal.
And that will always affect the health of his knees.
More on what this means, as well as Bynum’s affinity for computers - read now.