Report: Cavs Determined To Part Ways With Andrew Bynum

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The Andrew Bynum saga will surely not end well, and according to sources, not the way Bynum wants it to end.  Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that the Cavaliers are determined to unload Bynum however they can.

Bynum has almost assuredly played his final game for the Cavaliers, a source with direct knowledge of the franchise’s plans told Yahoo Sports after the team announced Saturday it has suspended Bynum indefinitely for conduct detrimental to the team.

“He doesn’t want to play basketball anymore,” a league source told Yahoo Sports.

The Cavaliers believe Bynum has been a “disruptive” presence within the team and have lost hope the partnership can be salvaged, sources said. Bynum often expressed a lack of desire to play and practice and was convinced by the Cavaliers not to quit previously, sources said.

Bynum signed a two-year deal worth $24.8 million with the Cavs prior to the season. Only $6 million of the $12.2 million Bynum is due this season is guaranteed if he is waived before Jan. 7.

Reports say that Bynum is hell bent on getting out of Cleveland, and making his way to Miami or the Clippers.