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More on the Cavs' offseason Cleveland owns about $15 million in cap space and could offer Bynum one of the biggest annual contracts, but the Cavs wouldn't want to give the center more than a one-year deal. That would give them time to evaluate him while keeping their flexibility for the 2014 offseason and its impressive list of free agents.While the Cavs aren't completely sold on signing Bynum.

Stein reports that the willingness by the center to take a one-year contract would be key in Cleveland moving forward with an offer. Meanwhile, Dallas has reportedly been extremely proactive in researching Bynum's knee injuries. The Mavericks want a counter to the Houston

Rockets' agreement to join forces with center Dwight Howard, and Bynum, the man traded as part of the Howard deal last summer, is just that.More from SB Nation:• Howard picks Rockets | Prada: How Morey got his man• Ziller: Lakers need a miracle• Josh Smith signs with Detroit | Iguodala to Golden State • The NBA's top 90 free agents | All NBA free agency news• Grading the NBA free agent deals

Brandon Jennings wants a big pay day, and the Milwaukee Bucks are "caving" to the idea of meeting his demands for a $12 million contract, according to the Racine Journal-Times' Gery Woelfel. At this point, Milwaukee has increased Jennings' offer to just more than $11 million.The twist comes shortly after ESPN's Marc Stein reported Sunday night that the

Bucks and Hawks had discussed a sign-and-trade deal that would involve Jennings for Hawks free agent point guard Jeff Teague. With much apprehension, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Chris Vivlamore reported about Teague joining former Hawks coach Larry Drew in

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