Lakers' Andrew Bynum has MRI
Lakers center Andrew Bynum, who still is recovering from right knee surgery that has kept him out all season, had an MRI Tuesday that showed the procedure he had last July went well, a Lakers' spokesman said.
The Lakers said nothing has changed with the results from the surgery. Bynum has said he'll will return to practice in a week or two.
"He remains back on track," Lakers public relations director John Black said.
Bynum, who had surgery to repair a torn cartilage in his knee, will continue to get therapy and see how his progress goes.
He has been cleared to jump and dunk, but now Bynum expects to be able to do some lateral movement drills.
-- Broderick Turner