Several teams are interested in free agent center Andrew Bynum, who has not played for over a year because of knee troubles.
Bynum was traded from the Los Angeles Lakers to the Philadelphia 76ers last year as part of the three-team Dwight Howard deal. However, Bynum did not appear in a game for the Sixers because of complications with his troublesome knee.
Bynum's agent, David Lee, told Yahoo! Sports that Bynum will start training in Atlanta this month after finishing his rehabilitation from knee surgery. However, Bynum will not work out for any teams as he looks to resume his career.
Despite that, six teams are interested in Bynum, Lee said. Teams will have access to MRIs and other medical reports.
The Cleveland Cavaliers, Dallas Mavericks and Portland Trail Blazers are reportedly among the teams interested in Bynum.
In 392 NBA games, Bynum has averaged 11.7 points, 7.8 rebounds and 1.6 blocks.