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07:07 AM ET 07.10 | Fans in Cleveland who were hoping for a speedy RSVP will be disappointed. The Cavaliers were pushing Andrew Bynum for a quick response to their two-year offer, but they may have to wait on him longer than expected. After visiting the Cavaliers' facility on Monday, Bynum visited with the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday and will meet with the Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday, his agent, David Lee, told the Akron Beacon Journal. While reports surfaced early Tuesday morning that Bynum could make a decision by the end of the day, Lee said there is no timetable and was vague when asked if it will be made this week. "It might be, but it's hard to say," Lee said. He wouldn't get into specifics of the visits in Cleveland or Atlanta and wouldn't disclose what the Hawks offered.

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July 10, 2013  07:26 AM ET

There's a reason why this guy is not working out. It's NBA vacation time and his work out won't start until the season starts... Don't waste your time w/ this lazy bum...

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July 10, 2013  07:30 AM ET

The Decision part trois

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July 10, 2013  08:03 AM ET

When asked if he would end up in Cleveland. Bynum replied...

Only if I'm sentenced by a judge!!!

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July 10, 2013  08:15 AM ET
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Imagine the Cavs signing 3 FA's, the team most FN dummies said no FA's wanted to go because of Dan Gilbert and Cleveland. Then imagine the Lakers being jilted by 2 of their own FA's one even taking millions less (and that shoe contract huh DJ) to get out of LA. Someone check the Incan calendar, maybe the world is ending.

Did Bynum sign?

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July 10, 2013  08:17 AM ET
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Imagine a guy leaving 30 million on the table plus a shoe contract to escape from LA. And I thought LA was the place everyone wanted to play?

Everyone who has heart and wants to be the best. Dwight seems like a decent guy and he's a great player, but its pretty clear he never liked the bright lights of LA. Look at how he handled the spotlight during the playoff series without Kobe, he just looks disinterested like the pressure was cracking him. Orl was too small for Howard, LA was too big... Maybe HOU will be the middle ground this kid has been looking for. LA will be fine don't u worry.

July 10, 2013  08:18 AM ET
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There's a reason why this guy is not working out. It's NBA vacation time and his work out won't start until the season starts... Don't waste your time w/ this lazy bum...

A...








Men!

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July 10, 2013  08:21 AM ET
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Imagine a guy leaving 30 million on the table plus a shoe contract to escape from LA. And I thought LA was the place everyone wanted to play?

No. L.A. is for players with heart!

July 10, 2013  08:22 AM ET
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Everyone who has heart and wants to be the best. Dwight seems like a decent guy and he's a great player, but its pretty clear he never liked the bright lights of LA. Look at how he handled the spotlight during the playoff series without Kobe, he just looks disinterested like the pressure was cracking him. Orl was too small for Howard, LA was too big... Maybe HOU will be the middle ground this kid has been looking for. LA will be fine don't u worry.

Beat me to it Commander!

July 10, 2013  08:25 AM ET
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Beat me to it Commander!

People want to pile on the lakers while their down, and that's cool jealousy is hard to hide after all, but the lakers will be just fine. They will have a down year this year, make big noise in the FA market next year and be right back in the mix. Unless your team is MIA, you are likely to see the lakers win another ring before your team wins one. Let the hate flow it makes the lakers stronger

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July 10, 2013  08:29 AM ET
QUOTE(#11):

Everyone who has heart and wants to be the best. Dwight seems like a decent guy and he's a great player, but its pretty clear he never liked the bright lights of LA. Look at how he handled the spotlight during the playoff series without Kobe, he just looks disinterested like the pressure was cracking him. Orl was too small for Howard, LA was too big... Maybe HOU will be the middle ground this kid has been looking for. LA will be fine don't u worry.

Probably has nothing to do w/ the bright lights. Was Shaq kicked out because he didn't have the heart anymore or was it because somebody had a bigger ego and wanted the spotlight for himself? How can a guy do his work down low when he hardly gets fed down low? The only way he touches the ball are from rebounds and passes from other players who is looking for him. Lakers could have worked but somehow they nullified him...

July 10, 2013  08:33 AM ET
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He'll sign where he gets the most guaranteed $

Yupp... because he can't guarantee his own knees. I don't know about these owners though. This guy has had knee problems all his life. Has refused to work out to show if the knees OK and yet teams are throwing money at him like he's Bill Russell...

 
July 10, 2013  08:39 AM ET
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People want to pile on the lakers while their down, and that's cool jealousy is hard to hide after all, but the lakers will be just fine. They will have a down year this year, make big noise in the FA market next year and be right back in the mix. Unless your team is MIA, you are likely to see the lakers win another ring before your team wins one. Let the hate flow it makes the lakers stronger

Hey hey now, don't be sleepin on my Bulls! We could win one before you.....all we have to do hire a hitman to take out Lebron's knees. Or we could just get a surgeon to perform a hair transplant. Then he'll be too busy spending time at the mirror rather than focusing on basketball.

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