ANDREW BYNUM showed the good people of Spain something he has yet to show Sixers fans: That he's got moves.

The Sixers' center, who didn't play a single game this past season because of bad knees, was recently filmed flamenco dancing at a club in Madrid.

Guess the local bowling alley was closed.

Actually, Spanish dancing was appropriate, considering Bynum took an 82-game siesta this season.

A little more than a month ago, Bynum had arthroscopic surgery on both his knees. And, from the looks of the video - Google "Bynum" and "dance," and it'll pop right up - he's on the mend.

Wearing what appears to be a stylish Ferrari jacket, the Big Bust was bustin' some moves.

Nice lateral movement, good knee flexibility.

Put him in, coach.

Of course, had the Sixers made the playoffs he'd probably be using a walker to get around.

In Madrid, he was dancing as if no one was watching.

If the soon-to-be free agent doesn't re-sign with the Sixers, or get picked up by another team, he may have a future on "Dancing With the Stars."

But then, he'd make a lot less than the $16 million he got paid this season for doing nothing.

Asante misses point

Asante Samuel doesn't get it.

Yesterday, the former Eagles cornerback, now with the Falcons, responded to Jason Collins' recent revelation that he was gay.

"Straight people are not announcing they're straight, so why does everybody have to announce their sexuality or whatever? You know, what they prefer," Samuel told Fox Sports Radio. "So that's just how I see it. That's my opinion on things. All respect, you know, I have nothing but respect for the people whoever decisions they make and whatever, but you know, you don't have to show it and flaunt it like that. You know what I'm saying, we have kids out here, too."

We know exactly what you're saying Asante.

And guess what? Some of those kids are gay, too.