Cleveland Cavaliers center Andrew Bynum reportedly looks slow and heavy

A native New Jerseyan, Andrew Bynum doesn’t have balls like Tony Soprano.

Cleveland Cavaliers bat cave Andrew Bynum reportedly looked slow and heavy Thursday evening during an organized team activity.

The Cavaliers signed the 25-year-old Bynum in July to a two-year contract that could be worth $24 million.

Bynum’s still unable to compete in half-court 5-on-5 scrimmages and its unknown if he’ll be ready for the opener when Cleveland hosts Brooklyn on October 30.

Considering Bynum didn’t step onto the hardwood once last season as a Philadelphia 76er due to a potentially degenerative knee condition, the Cavaliers certainly gambled on the fragile giant.

In all probability, even though only $6 million of the deal is guaranteed, Cleveland banged the pooch when they chose to partner with the freeloading Bynum.

Although removed from a hideous 24-58 campaign, the Cavaliers are an organization on the brink of rocking.

With Kyrie Irving, Dion Waiters, Tristan Thompson and Anthony Bennett, Cavaliers general manager Chris Grant has assembled a quartet of lottery talent.

Essentially fired as a 76er (34-48) by Sam Hinkie, Bynum is the last individual that Grant needs polluting Cleveland’s roster.

A legitimate, and superior, force in the paint when happy and mobile, the surly colossus could excel working alongside Irving.

Unfortunately, even in a shrunken league where the invaluable center position is nearing extinction, the 7-foot, 285 pound Bynum is a bitchy gimp whose joints make him less stable than Amanda Bynes on peyote.

With DA Seth Williams playfully threatening fraud charges against the 76ers’ former red-headed bastard, Bynum is loathed in “The City of Brotherly Love.”

Now employed as a Cavalier, expect Andrew Bynum to become detested in “The Forest City” by Christmas.

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