NBA Free Agency: Predicting Where Top Remaining Free Agents Will Land

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Andrew Bynum, Center

Oct 17, 2012; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum (33) (in street cloths) sits next to center Dan Gadzuric (14) at the end of the bench during the third quarter against the Cleveland Cavaliers at the Wachovia Center. The Sixers defeated the Cavaliers 113-99. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Although he did not play a single minute last season, Andrew Bynum is still considered one of the top centers in the league. After Howard was taken off the shelf, many teams would ponder on taking Bynum as a consolation prize.

When Bynum was traded to the Philadelphia Sixers, he claimed that he would love to stay there for many years. However, things may have changed. The Sixers may not want him back because they recently acquired young big man Nerlens Noel in a draft-night trade. So, they may want to move on from Bynum.

There have been recent reports about the Dallas Mavericks interested in the former NBA Champion. Owner Mark Cuban stated that he wanted to move on to “Plan B” after Howard stated he did not want to go to the Mavericks. Plan B could mean the possible pursue of Bynum.

Prediction: Dallas Mavericks

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