Saturday saw Andrew Bynum finally find a team as the Indiana Pacers decided they wanted to try him out and see if he’ll work on their roster. But while Bynum has found a new and very successful home, attention is still being paid to his previous home in Cleveland.
The Cavaliers are in turmoil with rumors about Kyrie Irving wanting to leave putting a damper on everything. Irving wanting to leave has to do with frustrations with the front office, but according to Sam Amico of FOX Sports Ohio, it was largely Irving that caused Bynum to want to shut it down in Cleveland.
Bynum has been good soldier, even privately, about stint w #Cavs, source says. Says guys don’t know how to win, frustration aimed at Kyrie.
— Sam Amico (@SamAmicoFSO) February 1, 2014
This little tidbit couldn’t come at a worse time for Irving as he’s already the subject of much debate over wanting to leave Cleveland. Now that Bynum has pointed the finger at Irving, among others in Cleveland, the glow of the Cavs star is starting to dim and the situation in Cleveland just got a lot uglier.