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 knee injuries. He had surgery on both knees last March and ended up missing the entire season with the Philadelphia 76ers. But at the tender age of 25, he's still too intriguing to ignore in free agency.
His representatives insist he'll be ready to go for training camp, but he hasn't been willing to go through a workout during the free-agency period.
The Cavs already have a two-year, 24 million offer on the table that is full of incentives, according to Yahoo! Sports. Cleveland wants a quick answer, but that didn't keep Bynum from leaving town for a visit with the Atlanta Hawks. And yes, the Mavs are also wait...