CLEVELAND — After missing an entire year in Philadelphia, Andrew Bynum made his presence felt in Cleveland.
Bynum, who signed a two-year $24.5 million deal in the off-season made his Cavaliers debut in scoring three points and blocking two shots in eight minutes.
One of the NBA’s most dominant big men when healthy, Bynum did not play a single game for the 76ers due to knee injury. In Cleveland, he helps give a contending and young team such as Cleveland a much-need presence in the post and on offense.
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