Bynum was signed on February 1, 2014, and Pacers fans have been waiting to see the two-time NBA champion and one-time NBA All-Star. He may not get many minutes, but it will be an intriguing rotation development to monitor as the Pacers look to avoid losing their fifth straight game.
The Celtics come to Indianapolis on a two-game winning streak, though they have lost three of their past 10 games, including a defeat at the hands of the Pacers in Boston on March 1.
Coach Vogel reported that Andrew Bynum will play in tonight’s game against the Celtics.
— Indiana Pacers (@Pacers) March 11, 2014