Cleveland Cavaliers Shooting For Home Run With Andrew Bynum Move
The Cleveland Cavaliers recently signed Andrew Bynum to a two year deal and they wisely made the second year a team option which is pretty obvious after the year that Bynum did (or didn’t) have last season.
Andrew Bynum contract: $12.25M this year; $6M guaranteed. Becomes full if not waived by Jan. 7. $12.54M in 14-15 if not waived by July 10
— Brian Windhorst (@WindhorstESPN) July 22, 2013
It seems like the Cavs are reaching at straws here and hoping that Bynum works out perfectly and that they become a destination city for none other than LeBron James. It is shocking to me that the Cavs are going to court James after the way he ripped their hearts out the last time. Also, something tell me James would never trade Pat Riley for Dan Gilbert, and that decision is pretty much a no-brainer if you ask me. Honestly, I wouldn’t go near Gilbert with a ten foot pole if I was James.
Andrew Bynum on the Cavs: "This is definitely a playoff team." We'll believe that when we see it. http://t.co/gAWffAnJh1
— CBSSports.com (@CBSSports) July 21, 2013
We will just have to see how it shakes out with James, but something tells me the Cavs just might come out of the sweepstakes with their hearts broken again.
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