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.
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.by