Cleveland Cavs suspend Andrew Bynum, then cancel Fathead giveaway

Cleveland, Ohio - Plenty of love was lost Saturday between the Cavs and Andrew Bynum.

First, Cavaliers center Andrew Bynum was suspended for conduct detrimental to the team. Bynum did not travel with the team to Boston for today's 103-100 loss to the Celtics. 

General Manager Chris Grant suspended Bynum from all team activities indefinitely. Then, in a release from the team it says, "His status will be updated as appropriate."

Here are your updates kids.

The Andrew Bynum Fathead Tradeable will no longer be available for all kids, ages 14 and under, who are planning to attend the Cavaliers home game with Golden State. 

The kids will instead receive a handout upon entering The Quicken Loans Arena with details on how to redeem it for a free Cavs Fathead Tradeable pack.

Also, the Cavs will give kids 14 and under a voucher with instructions on how to redeem them for two complimentary tickets to an upcoming Cavs home game in January.

Fathead is owned by Cavs Owner Dan Gilbert.

When LeBron James decided to play for the Miami Heat back in 2010, Gilbert decided to lower the price of the life sized LeBron James poster to $17.41. The same year that noted American traitor Benedict Arnold was born.

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