The Cleveland Cavaliers offered free agent center Andrew Bynum a two-year, $24 million deal that includes additional incentive bonuses, Yahoo! Sports reported Monday night.
The Cavs' offer includes a team option in the second year.
It remains to be seen whether Bynum will accept. He left Cleveland to travel to Atlanta to meet with Hawks officials. Meanwhile, the Cavs are approaching free agents Andrei Kirilenko and Elton Brand about possible one-year deals. If one of those players signs with the Cavs, Bynum's offer would be off the table.
Bynum, 25, did not play a single game for the Philadelphia 76ers last season because of problems with his knees that required surgery.
Bynum's best season was 2011-12 with the Los Angeles Lakers, when he averaged 18.7 points and 11.8 rebounds.
Last year, Bynum was traded to the 76ers as part of a four-team deal that sent Dwight Howard to the Lakers.
Bynum is seeking a one-year deal for a lot of money that would allow him to become a free agent again next year, according to the report.