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Andrew Bynum Meeting With Cavs, Hawks, Mavs

1:58pm: Bynum has also lined up face-to-face meetings with the Hawks and Mavericks this week, tweets Stein. According to Sam Amico of FOX Sports Ohio, the big man would like to have a contract agreement in place within the next few days.

MONDAY, 11:30am: Bynum is scheduled to be in Cleveland today for a face-to-face meeting with the Cavs, according to Stein (via Twitter).

SUNDAY, 10:48pm: The Cavaliers have joined the Mavericks as a team to watch in the race to sign free-agent center Andrew Bynum.  Sources close to the process told Marc Stein of that the Cavs are legitimate contenders to sign Bynum, who now finds himself as the top available center on the market despite not playing a minute in 2012/13.

Indications are that Cleveland won't offer more than a one-year deal to Bynum so that they can make a free agent splash in the summer of 2014, a class that includes LeBron James.  But the Cavs have ~$15MM in available right now and sources say they have legitimate interest in the former All-Star.  

The Mavs have serious interest in Bynum as well but they have begun an "exhaustive" evaluation process regarding his problematic knees and want to know that everything checks out before they think about a multi-year pact.  The Hawks also like Bynum, but Monta Ellis is a bigger priority for them right now.

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5 thoughts on “Andrew Bynum Meeting With Cavs, Hawks, Mavs

  1. dc21892

    Cavs look like they could be legit with the addition of a “healthy” Bynum. The Cavs have a good, young core, and if healthy, Bynums addition would be huge.

    • Edawg

      at this point, I think a healthy Bynum is a pipe dream. dude doesn’t even look like he wants to heal up and get back on the court

      • dc21892

        He has legitimate knee issues. If he has fully healed, he will prove you wrong. At his age, its far from a pipe dream especially with advancements in sports medicine.

        • Edawg

          I agree, but some people work around their recurring injuries. This guy has no discipline. 8 year veteran. 2 time champion. Gets injured. Goes bowling, and worsens injury. Check the Blue Jays’ Jose Reyes. That’s how you come back from an injury.

          • dc21892

            I understand he has a past of being lazy and not disciplined but this is probably his last mini deal to prove himself before he won’t ever sniff a max contract again. I think he understands if he blows it on a 2 year deal, he will never get a max deal, which I’m just assuming is his ultimate goal.

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