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Re: Bynum Discussion: POR, CLE, DAL, ATL interested (p. 295)

Postby revgen on Tue Jul 09, 2013 9:47 am

Andrew Bynum meeting with Hawks, decision expected Tuesday

By Ken Berger
July 9, 2013 9:31 AM ET

While he considers a two-year offer from Cleveland, Andrew Bynum is meeting with Hawks officials in Atlanta on Tuesday and expects to make a decision later in the day, league sources told CBSSports.com.

"There should be a deal today," said a person familiar with the negotiations.

Bynum, 25, missed the entire 2012-13 season with knee injuries after he was traded to Philadelphia as part of the four-team deal that sent Dwight Howard from the Magic to the Lakers. With Howard choosing to sign with the Houston Rockets and Andre Iguodala going to Golden State, Bynum will become the third key participant in the Howard trade to change teams in fewer than 12 months.

The Dallas Mavericks, who like the Hawks were rebuffed in their free-agent pursuit of Howard, also have expressed interest in signing Bynum. An All-Star in 2011-12, Bynum will likely have to accept a short-term, incentive-laden deal that will minimize his new team's exposure to injury risk while also giving Bynum the opportunity to flourish again if healthy.

Yahoo Sports reported that Cleveland has offered Bynum a two-year deal that could be worth as much as $24 million with playing-time incentives, including a team option in 2014-15.


http://www.cbssports.com/nba/blog/ken-berger/22695630/sources-bynum-meeting-with-hawks-decision-expected-tuesday
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Re: Bynum Discussion: POR, CLE, DAL, ATL interested (p. 295)

Postby revgen on Tue Jul 09, 2013 10:20 am

Looks like the Cavs are in the drivers seat right now. Dallas needs to do a S&T or find a taker for Marion or Carter in order to match Cavs.
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Re: Bynum Discussion: POR, CLE, DAL, ATL interested (p. 295)

Postby revgen on Tue Jul 09, 2013 1:04 pm

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Looks like the Mavs are in running for both Bynum and Ellis, but they need to deal Marion to clear the space to do it. We'll know in 24 hrs


^Mavs radio play-by-play man. Wow, if they pull that off, they could be contenders.

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The Mavericks' Plan B, following their failed attempt to sign Dwight Howard, is to land both Andrew Bynum and Ellis. The Mavericks believe Ellis can play in the backcourt next to Jose Calderon. In order to make competitive offers to both Bynum and Ellis, the Mavs are shopping Shawn Marion and his $9 million expiring contract. So far, however, they've found no takers.


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Re: Bynum Discussion: POR, CLE, DAL, ATL interested (p. 295)

Postby JSM on Tue Jul 09, 2013 2:50 pm

^ They've been shopping Marion since before the draft, even dangled their pick with it, if they were going to find a taker I think they would have done it by now. Unless there is now a team that's missed out on FAs and are desperate.
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Re: Bynum Discussion: POR, CLE, DAL, ATL interested (p. 295)

Postby JSM on Tue Jul 09, 2013 2:53 pm

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Andrew Bynum & his camp are in contact w/ the Mavs & waiting to see if Dallas pulls off any deals to bolster the roster, source says.
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Re: Bynum Discussion: POR, CLE, DAL, ATL interested (p. 295)

Postby revgen on Tue Jul 09, 2013 4:29 pm

Bynum's agent: No decision coming tonight
By Jason Lloyd Published: July 9, 2013

Andrew Bynum will not make a decision tonight and will visit Dallas tomorrow as planned, his agent, David Lee, told the Akron Beacon Journal on Tuesday.

Bynum concluded his visit with the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday. Asked if a decision was expected this evening, Lee said, "Not that I'm aware of."

Asked when a decision could be forthcoming, Lee was vague and said it could be this week, but he couldn't say for sure.

Bynum visited the Cavaliers on Monday and left with a two-year offer, but refused to get into specifics of the visit.

"It's ongoing discussions and I'd prefer they stay private among the parties," Lee said.


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Re: Bynum Discussion: POR, CLE, DAL, ATL interested (p. 295)

Postby revgen on Tue Jul 09, 2013 4:36 pm

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Teams in pursuit of Bynum given his "medicals" and supposedly not bad. Negotiations ongoing. As @JasonLloydABJ tweeted, no decision today.

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Told there's no truth to reports teams (especially Cavs) demanding answer from Bynum by tmrw. Always expected to be by week's end.

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Also, "no decision" doesn't necessarily mean Bynum is undecided. May just mean he isn't announcing it right away.

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Opposing GM on Bynum: "If I'm the Cavs I tell him sign Wednesday or forget it. No one's giving him a better offer and his agent knows it."

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NBA GM added Cavs are only team in pursuit of Bynum that make sense from team standpoint. "No way I'd sign him if it required another move."
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Re: Bynum Discussion: POR, CLE, DAL, ATL interested (p. 295)

Postby revgen on Tue Jul 09, 2013 7:38 pm

SH Blog: For Cleveland, Dallas and Atlanta, the Bynum Safari Continues

By Ben Baroff
July 09, 2013 at 10:11 PM

Andrew Bynum, with his inclusion of the Cleveland Cavaliers as a “serious” candidate to land the two-time NBA champion center, has started what’s referred to as the “Bynum Safari” on the popular Cavs forum, RealCavsFans.com.

The term Bynum Safari stems from the legendary “Amar’e Safari” thread. The Amar’e Safari became the most popular thread in RealCavsFans history a few years back in 2009, when the Cavaliers were flirting with the opportunity to trade for Amar’e Stoudemire to pair with LeBron James (and entice him to stay, of course).

Amar’e-to-Cleveland rumors carried on for what seemed like years only to disappoint Cleveland when they gave up hope and settled for signed Antawn Jameson (instead of centering a deal around J.J. Hickson), effectively ending the Amar’e Safari.

While this may mean nothing to you, it does explain the current infatuation Cleveland has with Andrew Bynum, who was made a two-year, $24 million offer by the Cavs on Monday. CBSSports’ Ken Berger reported late Tuesday morning that Bynum would have a decision by this evening:

While he considers a two-year offer from Cleveland, Andrew Bynum is meeting withHawks officials in Atlanta on Tuesday and expects to make a decision later in the day, league sources told CBSSports.com.

“There should be a deal today,” said a person familiar with the negotiations.


If Berger were to be correct, I could have to rewrite this blog at any given minute.

Thankfully, I can work at more of a relaxed pace due to the latest report from the Akron Beacon Journal’s Jason Lloyd:

After visiting the Cavaliers’ facility on Monday, Bynum visited with the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday and will meet with the Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday, his agent, David Lee, told the Akron Beacon Journal. While reports surfaced early Tuesday morning that Bynum could make a decision by the end of the day, Lee said there is no timetable and was vague when asked if it will be made this week.

“It might be, but it’s hard to say,” Lee said. He wouldn’t get into specifics of the visits in Cleveland or Atlanta and wouldn’t disclose what the Hawks offered.

“It’s ongoing discussions and I’d prefer they stay private among the parties,” he said.


A few tweets by Sam Amico help clarify Lloyd’s report…

Told there’s no truth to reports teams (especially Cavs) demanding answer from Bynum by tmrw. Always expected to be by week’s end.

— Sam Amico (@SamAmicoFSO) July 9, 2013




Opposing GM on Bynum: “If I’m the Cavs I tell him sign Wednesday or forget it. No one’s giving him a better offer and his agent knows it.”

— Sam Amico (@SamAmicoFSO) July 10, 2013




If Cleveland does land Bynum, it will be their biggest free agent signing in quite some time. With apologies to Larry Hughes, Donyell Marshall, Damon Jones and Mo Williams, Bynum would clearly top the list. Jarrett Jack would fall to No. 2.

More importantly, the Cavs would be putting themselves in the ultimate low risk/high reward situation. The second year of their proposed deal includes a team-option. Hypothetically, if Bynum doesn’t work out this year, they can simply pass — without penalty — on bringing him back for year two and focus on making another major move in 2014′s heralded free agent class.

Cleveland’s proposed contract is also rumored to include several incentives that would protect them against Bynum’s extensive injury history such as games and minutes played. They would also be protected by what is known as “Exhibit 3″ in the NBA’s new CBA. ESPN’s Larry Coon explains it well here:

Coon: I’d say four years, $64 million — with an “Exhibit 3″ to protect them. Bynum is an interesting case. If healthy, you know that some team is going to max him out. But he’s not healthy, and never really has been. Contracts can be written with an escape clause called Exhibit 3, which is a prior injury exclusion. It’s what Brandon Roy got with the Timberwolves, and it allowed them to walk away from Roy without owing additional money. It says that if the team waives the player because of a prior, known injury, then his salary is not guaranteed. Exhibit 3 is tailor-made for this situation, and gives teams the insurance they need to offer him a higher salary.

Despite their cursed history, Cleveland fans should be feeling pretty good right now. Chris Grant has made Bynum a lucrative offer with an exceptional amount of team protection, which also gives Bynum the ability to play his way back onto the NBA map and capitalize on another big contract in 1-2 years.

Brand reinvention may be harder than brand invention. And for Bynum, once unanimously thought to be a max-player, is struggling to draw interest from the majority of teams in the NBA. This tweet from Sam Amick should put it all in perspective.

After getting waived by Minnesota, center Greg Stiemsma has attracted interest from approx 12 teams. New Orleans among those considering him

— Sam Amick (@sam_amick) July 10, 2013


Stiemsma 12, Bynum 3?

Once thought to be — by more than a few — the best center in the NBA, is seen far more as a risk than a reward. This is Bynum’s reality.

Exiled from Los Angeles, Bynum has been off the map for some time now.

Ironically, with all things considered, Cleveland of all places has to look pretty appealing to Bynum right now.

Between the three teams he is considering — Dallas, Atlanta, Cleveland — the Cavs have by far the most talented roster, the most flexibility to improve that roster moving forward, a star point guard who won’t treat him as little brother, a coach he is familiar with and has had success under — Bynum averaged 18 points and 12 rebounds under Mike Brown in 2011-’12 — and the opportunity to be treated by the world’s best doctors at the Cleveland Clinic year-round.

None of this is to say the Cavs will land Bynum. After all, he has made strange decisions before. And would it surprise anybody if he was attracted to the bright lights of Dallas and the glitzy ownership of Mark Cuban?

Probably not.

Would it surprise anybody if Dallas, in a desperate pursuit of a big name, guaranteed Bynum a three or four-year contract?

Probably not.

And it would not surprise me to see Bynum take it.

Cleveland, you’re almost through the Bynum Safari.

Hang in there.


http://www.sheridanhoops.com/2013/07/09/sh-blog-for-cleveland-dallas-and-atlanta-the-bynum-safari-continues/

Nice article. A bit biased towards Cleveland, but still well written.
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Re: Bynum Discussion: POR, CLE, DAL, ATL interested (p. 295)

Postby JSM on Tue Jul 09, 2013 8:56 pm

Sam Amico of Fox Sports wrote: Free-agent center Andrew Bynum has met with the three teams most heavily pursuing him (Cleveland Cavaliers, Atlanta Hawks, Dallas Mavericks) and is expected to make a decision on where to sign by the end of the week.

• According to a report by Yahoo! Sports, the Cavs offered Bynum a two-year deal worth up to $24 million, provided he meets some incentives. The Mavericks, who just reached an agreement with guard Wayne Ellington (Cavs), won’t be able to match the Cavs’ offer without moving some pieces.

• While there’s been no speculation as to what the Mavs or Hawks are proposing to Bynum, many league executives feel it will be difficult to top the Cavs’ offer. That’s especially the case when you consider Bynum is viewed as a major risk after missing all of last season with the Philadelphia 76ers with knee issues.

• The Cavs, Mavs and Hawks have been provided with Bynum’s most recent medical results, and a source familiar the findings told FOX Sports Ohio, "they're not bad.”

• The source confirmed reports that the Cavs’ offer protects the organization in the event Bynum “melts down.”

• Discussions between the Cavs and Bynum also focused on giving him time to recover and bringing him along slowly once the season begins, with Bynum and Anderson Varejao splitting time at center, the source said.

• Bottom line: The Cavs aren’t too worried about paying Bynum in 2013-14. They just don’t want to be committed the following season should the experiment fail.

• The Cavs went hard after Bynum last summer in trade talks that sent Dwight Howard to the Los Angeles Lakers, Andre Iguodala to the Denver Nuggets and Bynum to the Sixers. Interestingly, those three key pieces will all be with different teams next season. (Howard with the Houston Rockets; Iguodala the Golden State Warriors.)

• It is said Cavs coach Mike Brown, in particular, is high on Bynum, having coached Bynum for one season with the Lakers (2011-12). Statistically speaking, it was Bynum’s best year. Brown supposedly believes, if healthy enough, Bynum completely changes the Cavs, “both offensively and defensively,” a source said.

• Multiple league sources have suggested Bynum’s problems in Philadelphia may not have been entirely related to his knees. Several hinted that the friction between Bynum and the organization may have played a role -- with the Sixers perhaps as much to blame as the player or the condition of his knees.
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Re: Bynum Discussion: POR, CLE, DAL, ATL interested (p. 295)

Postby khmrP on Tue Jul 09, 2013 9:04 pm

career plague full of injuries and teams are still lining up to throw money at this guy, its amazing how far you can get in life being a 7fter and able to put ball in a basket :man10:
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Re: Bynum Discussion: POR, CLE, DAL, ATL interested (p. 295)

Postby revgen on Tue Jul 09, 2013 9:21 pm

JSM wrote:• Multiple league sources have suggested Bynum’s problems in Philadelphia may not have been entirely related to his knees. Several hinted that the friction between Bynum and the organization may have played a role -- with the Sixers perhaps as much to blame as the player or the condition of his knees.


Huh? :man3:
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Re: Bynum Discussion: POR, CLE, DAL, ATL interested (p. 295)

Postby revgen on Wed Jul 10, 2013 10:20 am

Can Mavs' medical care trump Cavs' money for Bynum?
July, 10, 2013
Jul 10
10:58
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By Tim MacMahon | ESPNDallas.com

Andrew Bynum has a two-year, $24 million offer on the table from the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Can the Mavericks trump that?

First of all, it’s about as flimsy of a $24 million deal as you’ll ever see in the NBA. The second season is a team option. The first season is incentive-laden, protecting the Cavs if Bynum spends a second consecutive season as a millionaire spectator due to his bad knees.

Nevertheless, at the moment, the Mavs can’t come close to offering $12 million per season, no matter how much of it is guaranteed. They can, however, make the case that it’s in Bynum’s best long-term interests to spend this season in Dallas.

How much is world-class medical care worth to an injury-prone NBA center? Ask Tyson Chandler, who arrived in Dallas as damaged goods and left as an NBA champion with a four-year, $55.4 million contract. That's pretty good cash for a big man who flunked a physical to void a trade that would have sent him to Oklahoma City.

The Mavs, who are meeting with Bynum today, proudly consider their medical staff to be the best in the NBA. The Phoenix Suns are certainly in that conversation, but Dallas’ staff led Team USA athletic trainer Casey Smith is certainly among the league’s elite.

If Bynum wants to make as much cash as possible this season, he probably won’t end up in Dallas. The Mavs have approximately $8.2 million of salary-cap space right now, a figure that can get six-figure boosts if they waive players with nonguaranteed contracts (Josh Akognon and Bernard James) or renounce the Early Bird rights of Brandan Wright, whom the Mavs would prefer to return in a backup role.

The only way for the Mavs to match the dollar figures offered by Cleveland is to create more cap space by dealing Shawn Marion or Vince Carter to a team with cap space. That’d be filling one big hole while creating another.

If Bynum wants to maximize his chance to sign a big contract in the future, he’d be wise to consider the Mavs even if they don’t come with the highest bid.


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Re: Bynum Discussion: POR, CLE, DAL, ATL interested (p. 295)

Postby revgen on Wed Jul 10, 2013 12:04 pm

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Donnie Nelson would confirm that they had a visit, lunch and negotiations with Andrew Bynum.

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Nelson on visits w/Bynum and agent: "They had a nice visit with our doctors. We had a lunch. Beyond that, the negotiations are ongoing."

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Did Bynum workout for Dallas today? Donnie Nelson: "He did not."

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Donnie Nelson on where things are with Andrew Bynum: "We’re in the process of gathering information.”
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Re: Bynum Discussion: POR, CLE, DAL, ATL interested (p. 295)

Postby revgen on Wed Jul 10, 2013 12:59 pm

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Hearing that Cavs think Andrew Bynum wants to play in Dallas. But nothing official from any parties involved.

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Mavs can't come close to Cavs' offer for Bynum. But hearing, with the way contract is structured, $24 million not as grand as it appears.

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That said, chase not officially over. At last word, potential $24 million, and Mike Brown, said to have Bynum strongly considering Cavs.
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Re: Bynum Discussion: POR, CLE, DAL, ATL interested (p. 295)

Postby Weezy on Wed Jul 10, 2013 1:45 pm

I can't believe how much money being 7 feet talk can get you, despite having terrible knees that just caused you to sit out an entire season.
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Re: Bynum Discussion: POR, CLE, DAL, ATL interested (p. 295)

Postby revgen on Wed Jul 10, 2013 1:54 pm

It's not just being 7 feet. It's being 7 feet and skilled.

Look at what Gasol and Hibbert did in the playoffs.

Bigs still have value despite the "new direction" the NBA is supposed to be going.

The more things change, the more they stay the same.
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Postby revgen on Wed Jul 10, 2013 2:26 pm

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Just added to @espn_macmahon's Andrew Bynum story: Sources say Cavs' 2-year, $24M offer only guaranteed for $6M. Still Drew's highest offer

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To get full $12M in Year 1 from Cavs, Bynum would have to hit loads of contract benchmarks. And Year 2, of course, would be at Cavs' option
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Postby Weezy on Wed Jul 10, 2013 2:33 pm

revgen wrote:It's not just being 7 feet. It's being 7 feet and skilled.

Look at what Gasol and Hibbert did in the playoffs.

Bigs still have value despite the "new direction" the NBA is supposed to be going.

The more things change, the more they stay the same.


Well the "being skilled" part I though goes without saying. My point was still I was amazed even a skilled 7 footer could get offered that much after missing an entire season. I see from what you just posted that little of that would be guaranteed though, which makes a lot more sense to me, teams need to be cautious with Drew. If you could guarantee his knees are ok I'd sign him in a second, but nobody can guarantee that. I hope he can stay healthy honestly, I'd like to see him back playing, I wish him well.
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Postby JSM on Wed Jul 10, 2013 3:03 pm

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Privately, Cavs believe Andrew Bynum leaning toward Mavericks, sources say. @FOXSportsOH story: http://tinyurl.com/my3yvtp
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Re: Bynum Discussion: POR, CLE, DAL, ATL interested (p. 295)

Postby Doc Brown on Wed Jul 10, 2013 4:56 pm

Bynum to Cleveland.
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Re: Bynum Discussion: POR, CLE, DAL, ATL interested (p. 295)

Postby lakersyunowin on Wed Jul 10, 2013 5:01 pm

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Postby CaCHooKa Man on Wed Jul 10, 2013 5:04 pm

Adrian Wojnarowski wrote:Andrew Bynum's deal w/ Cleveland will include $6 million of $12M guaranteed in year 1, league source says. Team option of $12.5M for 14-'15.
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Postby JSM on Wed Jul 10, 2013 5:07 pm

If, and it's a mega if, he can stay remotely healthy (same goes for KI) then the Cavs could be a pretty good team this upcoming year.
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Postby Doc Brown on Wed Jul 10, 2013 5:09 pm

Kyrie / Jack
Waiters / Miles / Karasev
Gee / Bennett
Thompson / Clark
Bynum / Varejao / Zeller

I hope they stay healthy. I want to see what that team can do.
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Postby abeer3 on Wed Jul 10, 2013 5:35 pm

i'm surprised dallas wouldn't guarantee more money that Cleveland did. wonder what they know (or don't).
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