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Cleveland Cavaliers: Andrew Bynum Signing Grade By Mike Elworth: Contract: 2 years, 24 million, second year team option, 6 million guaranteed Analysis: The Cavaliers just signed the second most talented center in the NBA, for just 6 million dollars guaranteed. Incredible. Andrew Bynum just missed the entire season, but two years ago, came off of an All Star appearance and looked like the best offensive center in the league. He is also an excellent rebounder and defender, so on paper, he has it all. His knees and maturity are problems, but they just signed the second best center in the NBA (when healthy) for 6 million dollars, which needs to be repeated. If he stays healthy, there is no reason why he will not be an All Star, as he is now, based on talent, the best center in the East and for the Cavs, he gives them a dominant big man down offensively, who will also improve their mediocre defense. Yes, there is a risk, as his fragile knees could knock him out at any time and there is a...
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