Los Angeles Lakers center Andrew Bynum has pushed back his knee surgery on his right knee to July 28th by 10 days. Bynum injured his knee during game 6 of the first round against the Oklahoma City Thunder. During the playoffs Bynum had his knee drained twice during the championship run and once again on June 22nd after the team had celebrated their 2nd consecutive championships in as many years. Bynum never missed a game during the playoffs and the 7 foot big man averaged 8.6 points and 6.9 rebounds. After surgery Bynum plans on working out with the Lakers training staff in Los Angeles and Vancouver to improve the strength of the knee and prevent the injury from happening again. In hopes to see him back in his mid season form by the beginning of the 2010-2011 season.