Laker Nation - Before every Laker fan figuratively jumps off a bridge at the sight of the title, it’s not what it sounds like.
The Cleveland Cavaliers recently suspended center Andrew Bynum for one game, and while there have been many rumors surrounding the cause for Bynum’s suspension, the Cavs GM, Chris Grant, released a statement saying the suspension was for conduct detrimental to the team. Cleveland seems to have lost patience with Bynum and is pursuing options to end their experimental run with the 26 year old center. Bynum is currently on a non-guaranteed contract worth $12.25 million that doesn’t become fully guaranteed until January 7, 2014. The Cavs are mulling over the decision to waive Bynum before that January 7 deadline, or trade him if they can find any suitors. That’s where the Lakers come in.
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