Andrew Bynum will not work out for teams: Sign at your own risk
A 25 year old center, when healthy, is next only to Dwight Howard. Who wouldn’t want that? If that’s Andrew Bynum you’re talking about, any GM in his right mind. Bynum is already a high-risk prospect considering he missed all of last season for the Sixers (who eventually traded for another injured rookie center). A healthy big man is gold in the NBA, perhaps even a diamond.
Now, Bynum has a take it or leave it clause. And the fact that the NBA has a ‘no return, no exchange policy,’ this is a risky buy, to say the least. At least four teams are interested in Andrew Bynum, thus 4 GMs necks are on the line. On the remote chance that Bynum remains healthy for at least half a season, he’s a genius. If not, he’s Isaiah Thomas.
per Yahoo Sports:
Bynum’s agent, David Lee, said his Bynum will begin training in July in Atlanta in preparation for next season after completing his rehabilitation from knee surgery. The knee injury caused Bynum to miss the entire 2012-13 season with the Sixers. Lee said there are a “half dozen teams” interested in Bynum and they will be given MRI and other needed medical reports. Bynum, however, will not work out for teams….