• Sources: Mavs in careful pursuit of Bynum

    Summary of 25 articles · Updated Jul 12, 2013
    The Mavs were the third franchise Bynum and agent David Lee met with this week, following the Cleveland Cavaliers and Atlanta Hawks. The Mavs will proceed with caution due to the knee condition that caused the 7-foot, 285-pound Bynum to miss all of his lone season with the Philadelphia 76ers, the sources said. Such is the value of Bynum’s uncommon package of size and talent; there simply aren’t many players capable of producing like a healthy Bynum can, and thus his free agency holds the potential for a team to acquire a high-level player at what could be a sizable discount. Bynum is dealing with damage to his articular cartilage, the smooth tissue that covers the ends of bones in joints and allows the bones to glide over one another with little friction or discomfort. "At this point, we're having medical discussions and we'll have the opportunity to get with him and his agent and better understand the risks involved and make a good decision for our franchise,'' said Donnie Nelson, the team's president of basketball operations.
    Source: ESPN.com
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      Source: yahoo.com
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      Source: deadspin.com
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      Source: ESPN.com
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      Source: ESPN.com
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      Source: nba.com
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      Source: CNNSI.com
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      Source: CNNSI.com
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      Source: ESPN.com
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      The Cleveland Cavaliers have joined the Dallas Mavericks as a prime team to watch in the race to sign free-agent center Andrew Bynum.
      Source: ESPN.com
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    Source: nba.com
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