On Monday, Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reported that the Cleveland Cavaliers have offered unrestricted free agent Andrew Bynum an incentive-based, two-year contract worth approximately $24 million.
The deal is also said to include a team option in year two, but you already knew all that.
He has since met with the Atlanta Hawks though no details of a potentially competing offer were released. Bynum is scheduled to meet later today with Mark Cuban and the Dallas Mavericks.
Despite missing all of the 2012-13 campaign with the Philadelphia 76ers, I have long believed that someone would be desperate enough to offer Bynum a contract that includes a second guaranteed season.
I had also hoped that team wouldn't be the Cavaliers.
After missing out on Chris Paul and Dwight Howard in free agency, though, while Dirk Nowtizki inches ever-closer to retirement, it seems the stars may have aligned for the Mavericks to become that someone.
If they eventually a...