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Topic - Andrew Bynum
The Indiana Pacers pulled off one more bold move before Thursday's trading deadline.
Andrew Bynum joined the Indiana Pacers for the first time since signing a week ago.
George Hill knew there was something different about the way he felt when he showed up to the arena Friday. He didn't know it was going to turn out to be a career night.
The Indiana Pacers' bench didn't provide much in Saturday night's 97-96 win over the Brooklyn Nets.
The Eastern Conference's top team just got more imposing.
Instead of allowing another team to sign Andrew Bynum as a potential Roy Hibbert-stopper, the Pacers signed the big man to back up Hibbert.
LaMarcus Aldridge knew when it was his time.
For the Chicago Bulls, there is only way to ease the pain from the Luol Deng trade.
MILWAUKEE (AP) — The Chicago Bulls signed Cartier Martin to a 10-day contract three days after the forward was waived by the Atlanta Hawks.
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio (AP) — Luol Deng was surprised. His mom was shaken.
CHICAGO (AP) — Stung by the Luol Deng trade, the Chicago Bulls found a way to ease their pain.
CLEVELAND (AP) — Not even the polar vortex could cool off C.J. Miles.
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio (AP) — With their season quickly sliding toward yet another trip to the NBA lottery, the Cleveland Cavaliers had to do something to slow their freefall toward irrelevance.
Chicago is officially rebuilding after trading All-Star Luol Deng, getting Andrew Bynum who they're expected to release for salary cap relief, and multiple draft picks from Cleveland.
"It's a winning atmosphere," Bynum said. "Obviously, when they have the staff that they have here and the legend Larry Bird, things run correctly. It's a lot easier to fit in here and be positive when the atmosphere is already that way."
When asked if he kept a workout routine during his time off, Bynum said, "not really."