It's now clear that Andrew Bynum's season is over, but his future has never been murkier, as potential suitors have no idea what to think of the big man with busted knees.
Bynum is more than damaged goods at this point. He spent the entire season with the Philadelphia 76ers but didn't play a single game.
While his knee health ebbed and flowed all season long, his immaturity continued to grow, and people became more fed up than anything.
Regardless of Bynum's current situation, teams will look at his 2012 season and think about what he could be again once he recovers from his next knee surgery.
There's already been a murmuring of who could go after the big man and what kind of money he could see in the open market.
The big question: Will Andrew Bynum get max money? Several executives told me it wouldn't surprise them if "a desperate team" offers max.— Alex Kennedy (@AlexKennedyNBA) March 19, 2013
In order to try to nail spaghetti to the wall, it seems like we should take a look at a few potential suitors and figure out who should go after Bynum, who should stay as far away as possible and what the dude should get paid.