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Yesterday it appeared that the Dallas Mavericks were the only known team considering handing Andrew Bynum a multi-year contract. The Cleveland Cavaliers were also said to be interested in Bynum, but on a one-year deal. The Cavs have reportedly made an offer to the big man, extending a two-year, $24 million incentives-based deal, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports.The second year of Bynum’s offer is said to be a team option. In this way, the Cavaliers can protect themselves against further injury issues, as they’ll have the option to cut ties after one season of Bynum.Cleveland met with Bynum on Monday, but Wojnarowski notes that the team could “fast lose patience” with waiting on the center to make a decision. Bynum has moved on to a meeting with the Atlanta Hawks, while the Cavs are discussing one-year deals with Andrei Kirilenko and Elton Brand. If a deal is reached with either veteran, Cleveland wouldn’t be able to sign Bynum.Follow @hoopsinjurynews
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Andrew Bynum agreed to a two year deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers tonight after not playing a single game for the Philadelphia 76ers last season. Yet even with all of the health issues Bynum has dealt with, this is a great signing for Cleveland. Andrew Bynum is one of the few 7 foot centers in the league that...
DALLAS The Plan B portion of the Dallas Mavericks' offseason has been set in motion, and former Lakers behemoth Andrew Bynum might be the centerpiece. That is, unless you're thrilled of the backcourt tandem of Jose Calderon and Devin Harris.
At his best, Bynum (7-0, 285) can be nearly as effective as Howard.
Of course, Bynum's rarely been at his best because of recurring...
The Mavericks weren't able to get their man in Dwight Howard, so now they are setting their sights on their next target in Andrew Bynum.
According to reports, the two leading contenders for Bynum's services are the Mavericks and Cleveland Cavaliers.
Only one question remains, what kind of deal does an oft-injured center get from one of these two teams? Bynum, of course...
There are gambles and then there are GAMBLES. I think we can all agree that signing Andrew Bynum is a GAMBLE seeing as though he didn’t play one minute last season because of his ailing knee.Yet and still, this hasn’t deterred the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Dallas Mavericks, and the Atlanta Hawks from pursing Bynum and hoping his knee is healed and he returns to his old self.Update...
The Cleveland Cavaliers are interested in signing Andrew Bynum.
Bynum has also received serious interest from the Dallas Mavericks.
The Cavaliers will not offer a multi-year deal to Bynum, however, as they want to preserve cap space for 2014 and their expected pursuit of LeBron James.
The Cavaliers could offer $15 million in cap space to Bynum.
The Atlanta Hawks are the only other...
DALLAS (AP) -- The Dallas Mavericks have met with Andrew Bynum and are in negotiations with the free agent center.
Mavericks president of basketball operations Donnie Nelson said the team was having "a medical discussion" after meeting with Bynum and his agent in Dallas on Wednesday, the first day free agent signings can become official.
Nelson says team doctors evaluated...
Andrew Bynum will sign a 2-year deal worth $24 million with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Chris Broussard of ESPN reports.
The Cavs take a risk on the former All-Star who did not play a single game last season due to chronic knee issues, however, only $6 million of the $12 million per year is guaranteed and the there will be a team option in 2014-15.
CLEVELAND -- If Andrew Bynum is healthy, the Cleveland Cavaliers have signed one of the NBAs top two or three centers for 6 million with a team option at the end of the season.
Actually, if Bynum is healthy and productive, hes expected to earn 12 million in 2013-14. Then the Cavs can pick up the option, which reportedly will pay him another 12 million.
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As the free agent market continues to shrivel up, former Lakers and Sixers (though he never actually played for them) center Andrew Bynum was one of the final dominoes to fall. Given his injury history, it was a bit of a mystery what Bynum would demand in the open market, but that mystery has been solved. Bynum reportedly had meetings and serious...
Andrew Bynum has finished his free-agent tour. It's time to decide where he'll make his next NBA home.
Bynum, who has received an incentive-laden, two-year contract offer from the Cavaliers, met with the Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday, one day after visiting the Atlanta Hawks. The Cavs have been waiting for an answer from Bynum, who was traded to Philadelphia last summer...
A person with knowledge of the negotiations says the Cleveland Cavaliers have offered free-agent center Andrew Bynum a two-year contract.
The Cavs made the offer Monday night, a deal that includes a team option for the second year.
The person who spoke to the Associated Press on Tuesday did so on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the talks. Yahoo! Sports first...
Andrew Bynum is set to make a decision between the Dallas Mavericks , Cleveland Cavaliers and Atlanta Hawks tonight. Bynum would make each of the 3 teams he signs with playoff contenders , but he would especially be a boon for Cleveland. They go from competing for the 8th seed to competing for home [...]
Bringing in Andrew Bynum is a win-win situation for the Cleveland
CLEVELAND (AP) -- The Cleveland Cavaliers are taking a chance on Andrew Bynum and his creaky knees.
The free agent center, who never played one second with Philadelphia last season because of knee injuries, has agreed to terms on a two-year contract with the Cavs, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press.
Bynum accepted the deal on Wednesday night, said...
The Dallas Mavericks reached out to Greg Oden's camp this week to join the pursuit of the center.
Oden also reportedly received interest from the Boston Celtics, San Antonio Spurs, Memphis Grizzlies and Miami Heat.
The Mavericks had also pursued Andrew Bynum before he signed with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Oden has not played in an NBA game since 2009.