Free-agent center Andrew Bynum will provide medical reports to NBA teams interested in signing him, but won't work out for them, his agent told Yahoo! Sports on Monday.
David Lee, Bynum's agent, told Yahoo! Sports that Bynum will start training in July with an eye toward the 2013-14 season. Bynum missed the entire 2012-13 season, his first season with the Philadelphia 76ers, because of knee problems that ultimately required surgery.
Lee said a "half dozen teams" have expressed interest in the 25-year-old Bynum, and that the teams will receive reports on Bynum's MRI and other procedures.
Bynum came to Philadelphia in the four-team trade that landed Dwight Howard in Los Angeles, but failed to play a single game for the 76ers.
New Philadelphia general manager Sam Hinkie didn't provide an optimistic outlook on Bynum's return during his introductory news conference, saying Bynum is like "the thousands of other young men walking around the world that are unrestricted free agents that have potential to play NBA basketball."