Bynum's agent says no decision made
CLEVELAND (AP) - The agent for Andrew Bynum says the free agent center has not yet decided where he will play next season.
Bynum met with the Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday, one day after he visited the Atlanta Hawks. Bynum, who did not play for Philadelphia last season because of knee injuries, is considering an incentive-laden, two-year contract from the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Cavs' offer includes a team option in the second year.
Lee told The Associated Press that he has continued conversations with the Cavs and expects to have "further dialogue."
The Cavs have been aggressive in their bid to sign Bynum, who became the most coveted big man on the market after Dwight Howard chose Houston.
Bynum, 25, played one season for Cavs coach Mike Brown in Los Angeles and had his best year as a pro.
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