Cavs Nix Bynum Giveaway for Sunday’s Game

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CLEVELAND — The Cavaliers are nixing a giveaway for Sunday’s home game against the Golden State Warriors after the suspension of Andrew Bynum.

Saturday morning, the Cavs announced that Bynum was suspended for conduct “detrimental to the team.” He did not travel with the team to Boston Friday night for their game Saturday afternoon against the Celtics and has been excused from all team activities indefinitely.

Saturday evening, the Cavs said the promotional Andrew Bynum Fathead Tradeable would no longer be available for Sunday’s game. All kids 14 and under will receive a handout upon entering the arena with details on how to redeem a free Cavs Fathead Tradeable pack each week for the next five weeks at any Discount Drug Mart location.

In addition, kids 14 and under will receive a voucher redeemable for two free tickets to an upcoming home game in January.

There will also be information on how to receive 50 percent off Cavaliers Fathead products online through Fathead until January 4.

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