Bynum was waived by the Hawks Friday.
Bynum appeared in all seven preseason games for the Hawks, averaging 4.7 points and 3.1 assists in that stretch. Given that Bynum has veteran experience as a point guard, it's possible that a team with depth issues could look to sign Bynum down the road, but for now, he will be looking for work after the Hawks trimmed their roster down to 16 players.
Bynum will draw the start for Sunday's preseason game against the Magic, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
The Hawks are slated to be without Dennis Schroder (rest), Jarrett Jack (knee) and Malcolm Dalaney in the backcourt, which means Bynum will be the starter at point guard and should see a ton of minutes. Bynum has played over 20 minutes in just one preseason game thus far, but should get a shot Sunday to make a case for additional playing time. Once the regular season arrives, Bynum is expected to operate as a depth option in the backcourt and will struggle to receive enough minutes most nights to remain fantasy relevant.
Bynum signed a non-guaranteed contract Friday with the Hawks, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Though he's never played for the Hawks, Bynum is likely revered by Atlanta fans for his excellent college career at Georgia Tech, who he held lead to the national championship game during his junior season in 2003-04. Since going undrafted in 2005, Bynum has appeared in 360 career NBA games over parts of eight seasons with the Warriors, Pistons and Wizards, averaging 8.1 points in 18.4 minutes per game. He spent last season in the Chinese Basketball Association with the Guangdong Southern Tigers after failing to generate much NBA interest. Despite his local ties, Bynum doesn't have a great shot at landing a roster spot with the Hawks, as he'll open training camp fourth on the depth chart at point guard behind Dennis Schroder, Jarrett Jack and Malcolm Delaney.
The Wizards signed guard Will Bynum for the remainder of the season, the team announced Monday.
Bynum has appeared in three games for Washington since signing a 10-day contract on March 27, playing just eight minutes. He has been hampered by a hamstring injury he suffered while playing in the Chinese Basketball League.
The Wizards will sign guard Will Bynum for the remainder of the season, per CSNWashington.com.
Bynum inked a 10-day contract with the Wizards on March 27 but because of a lingering hamstring issue has played in just eight minutes in three games.
For the first time since being signed by the Wizards, guard Will Bynum was able to participate in a full practice with the team Tuesday, reports CSNWashington.com. Coach Randy Wittman said he liked what he saw from Bynum during the practice.
Bynum sustained a hamstring injury earlier in March while playing in China, but he was able to play three minutes during Friday's contest.
The Wizards announced Friday that they have signed guard Will Bynum to a 10-day contract and released guard Toure' Murry, per a team release.
Bynum most recently played with the Guandong Southern Tigers in the Chinese League. He suffered a hamstring injury at the end of the season, but said he could play tonight if needed.
Murry appeared in three games with the Wizards, scoring six points.
The Wizards are set to release guard Toure' Murry and sign guard Will Bynum Friday, the Washington Post reports.
Murry suffered a sprained ankle Monday, and with Bradley Beal also dealing with a sprained ankle, the team will add Bynum for depth purposes. However, Bynum has also been nursing a hamstring injury suffered while playing in China.
Will Bynum has been drawing interest from several NBA teams to serve as a backup point guard, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports. Bynum is playing in China for the Guandong Southern Tigers. Since his debut, his club has notched 22 consecutive victories.
Though teams remain interested in his services, they'll have to wait until the Chinese playoffs ends in late-February.
The Bulls are considering adding another point guard to the active roster, if Derrick Rose is unable to return Monday against Utah, according to a report from the Chicago Tribune. Rose has appeared in only five games this season and has missed the past four games because of a hamstring injury.
Aaron Brooks is the only active point guard on the roster. Mike James and Will Bynum are both free agents with ties to coach Tom Thibodeau.
The Celtics trimmed down its roster to 15 by waiving guards Will Bynum, Tim Frazier and Rodney McGruder, forwards Erik Murphy and Christian Watford and guard/forward Jarell Eddie on Monday, according to the team's official website.
The Celtics continue to work with the agent for Will Bynum on a trade involving the veteran guard, according to the Boston Herald.
“We’re trying to see if there is something we can do,” agent Mark Bartelstein said.
Bynum is away from the team as he is recovering from a strained hamstring. He has not made a preseason appearance and the Celtics will likely waive Bynum if they can't work out a trade.
"It’s a tough time of year to make a trade," a league source said. "Teams are still trying to get used to their rosters, see what they have. Most likely they have to waive him."
Celtics guard Will Bynum will not play in the team's final two preseason games, the Boston Herald reports. Bynum, who was recently acquired in a trade, may be waived before the beginning of the season, but the team will wait to examine other roster cuts before making a move.
The Celtics have acquired guard Will Bynum from the Pistons for center Joel Anthony.
Bynum played 56 games in Detroit last season, averaging 8.7 points per game. He's an eight-year veteran. Anthony spent last season with both the Heat and Celtics. He played just 33 games, averaging 0.8 points per game.
The Celtics are on the verge of trading veteran center Joel Anthony to the Pistons in exchange for point guard Will Bynum, according to ESPN.
Anthony is coming off his least productive season. He averaged 0.8 points and 1.2 rebounds in less than six minutes per game with Miami and Boston last year. Bynum, who has played for Detroit since 2008, averaged 8.7 points and 3.9 assists in 2013-14 while playing 19 minutes per game.
With just three games left on the schedule, Pistons guard Will Bynum has elected to shut himself down for the rest of the season, the Detroit Free Press reports Friday.
Bynum is dealing with bone spurs in his foot and will end up missing the team's final seven games as a result. He finishes the season averaging 8.7 points and 3.9 assists per game in 56 appearances.
The Pistons will be without a pair of rotation plays yet again Friday against the Bulls, as both guard Will Bynum (foot) and forward Josh Smith (knee) were ruled out prior to tip. This will be the fifth straight game Bynum has missed and the third in a row for Smith, with two games left on the schedule after Friday.
Pistons guard Will Bynum missed his fourth game in a row Wednesday against the Cavaliers, as he continues to deal with a foot injury. Bynum remains day to day moving forward, though the team has not given much in the way of updates on his status at this point.
The Pistons have just three games remaining on the scheduled after Wednesday, beginning Friday against the Bulls.
Pistons guard Will Bynum will miss his third game in a row Tuesday against the Hawks, as he continues to deal with a foot injury. He has not played since last Wednesday as a result of the injury, and has no specific timeline for his expected return.
Pistons guard Will Bynum missed his second game in a row Saturday against the Celtics, as he deals with a foot injury. At this point, Bynum remains day to day moving forward, with the team's next game set for Tuesday against the Hawks.