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TigerRanter
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What kind of contract do you think Andrew Bynum will get next year?



He's had an awful year and he's out the rest of the year with an injury. I didn't want to make this a "should we?" thread. He seems to have a bad attitude, but I'm curious of your thoughts on him going forward.






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TigerinATL
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re: What kind of contract do you think Andrew Bynum will get next year?


I think if doctors clear him he probably gets a lot of money, maybe even max money, but on a short term deal, 2 years at the most. You'd have to be nuts to throw a 4 year max at him.


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WB504
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re: What kind of contract do you think Andrew Bynum will get next year?


2 yr 20-24mil deal with the second year being a team option.





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Tayday
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re: What kind of contract do you think Andrew Bynum will get next year?


They'll cut his minutes down to prolong his career.. he'll still get paid.





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TigerRanter
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re: What kind of contract do you think Andrew Bynum will get next year?


His injuries would terrify me if I were a GM.





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WB504
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re: What kind of contract do you think Andrew Bynum will get next year?


His injuries would scare me too, but sometimes you have to take that risk because he's easily the #2 C in the league when healthy. I can see the Rockets going after him should they miss out on Dwight.





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SlowFlowPro
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re: What kind of contract do you think Andrew Bynum will get next year?


i think the 76ers give him a 2-year offer to maintain his bird's rights. first year will probably be $7-10M and the second year will likely be a team option. supposedly his knees are shot





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quail man
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re: What kind of contract do you think Andrew Bynum will get next year?


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He's had an awful year


o rly?






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Gtothemoney
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re: What kind of contract do you think Andrew Bynum will get next year?


He won't be allowed to play in back to backers. Lets go get em.





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GrandeBeli
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re: What kind of contract do you think Andrew Bynum will get next year?


busted knees/injury prone....sounds like a perfect candidate for the Hornets to throw a max contract at.





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darryljames30
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re: What kind of contract do you think Andrew Bynum will get next year?


Before this the latest knee surgeries, I thought maybe we should take a shot. For now, I'll definitely avoid.





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TigerRanter
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re: What kind of contract do you think Andrew Bynum will get next year?


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o rly?
You're right. I should've said he's had a tough season because of the injuries. I'm not denying that he's a fantastic player.






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drake20
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re: What kind of contract do you think Andrew Bynum will get next year?


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You're right. I should've said he's had a tough season because of the injuries. I'm not denying that he's a fantastic player.


He just hasn't played a minute...

...I think we all agree that Bynum is a top center when healthy.

Not worth the risk, imo.






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