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The Philadelphia 76ers may have another problem.
They just got rid of center Andrew Bynum, who didn't play a single game with the team last season due to injury.
Royce White didn't play at all last season in Houston either. But the Rockets will send him packing to Philly, once the trade becomes official.
That is if they can even get him on a airplane.
White suffers from generalized anxiety disorder, obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, which kept him from playing with the Rockets.
Is he ready to make 100 fights during an NBA season yet?
"Hell no," White told the Des Moines Register. "One hundred flights would be like if youre allergic to peanut butter itd be like spreading your whole body with it.
White was the 16th overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft by the Rockets.
After learning about his fear of flying, the Rockets allowed him to travel by bus to games within driving distance. But he never stepped on the court for...
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The Cavs hope Bynum will bring plenty of smiles to the team, and fans.
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...
There’s nothing like being a seven footer in this day and age.
ESPN’s Chris Broussard is reporting that the Cavs and Andrew Bynum have agreed to a deal.
Source: Andrew Bynum has decided to sign with Cleveland
— Chris Broussard (@Chris_Broussard) July 10, 2013
Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that that Bynum will get a two-year $24 million deal, with only $6 million guaranteed...
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.
If youre no good with numbers...
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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...
On Wednesday, former Los Angeles Lakers and Philadelphia 76ers’ center Andrew Bynum became a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers agreeing to a two-year, $24 million deal. A former All-Star, Bynum missed all of last season, his only season in Philadelphia, with a knee injury. The previous season, Bynum had a career-year with the Lakers averaging [...]
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 agent for Andrew Bynum says the free agent center has not
yet decided where he will play next season.
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.
Although the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs remain the frontrunners to sign the gimpy free agent, Greg Oden will give the Dallas Mavericks “legit consideration.” Fortunately failing to lure velvet purses Dwight Howard and Andrew Bynum to Dallas, the Mavericks have chosen to recruit the 25-year-old Oden. Finishing 41-41 in the Southwest division, Dallas owner Mark Cuban and...
With Andre Iguodala bolting Denver to shoot at the walls of heartache in Oakland, Dwight Howard taking his Stay Puft Marshmallow Man act to Houston and Andrew Bynum finally dumping the 76ers, spurning the Mavericks and their Cheesecake Factory and bowling his way into Cleveland, everyone is just now catching on to the fact that the biggest winners of last off-season’s über-trade...