Despite scoring 10 or more points in four consecutive games and despite grabbed 12 or more rebounds in six in a row, Andrew Bynum said today he’s still not 100 percent after undergoing offseason right knee surgery. “I have a little bit of fluid and I’m still taking medication,” he said. He sat out the season’s first 24 games after having surgery July 28. He has looked sharp since the All-Star break, one of the reasons the Lakers are 10-1 since the break. Bynum is averaging 11.6 points and 8.8 rebounds this season.