CLEVELAND -- The Andrew Bynum experiment appears over for the Cavaliers.
The team indefinitely suspended the enigmatic center Saturday for "conduct detrimental to the team" and banned him from all team activities.
Bynum, who signed a two-year, $24 million contract with the Cavs in July, did not travel with the club to Boston for Saturday's game and it's likely he has played his final game for Cleveland. The Cavs will try to trade him.
The suspension is not a shock considering he has not played consistently and has appeared uninterested while on the floor. Earlier this season, the 7-footer, who did not play a second last season for Philadelphia because of knee injuries, talked openly about retirement and said his medical issues have been a challenge.
"It's a terrible situation internally with our team," All-Star guard Kyrie Irving said before the Cavs faced the Celtics. "It's something we have to get over."
When asked after the Cavs' 103-100 loss to Boston if there was any fallout from the suspension, Cleveland coach Mike Brown said "No," shaking his head to make his answer clear.
Westbrook undergoes surgery: Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook has undergone arthroscopic knee surgery and won't return until after the All-Star break.
General manager Sam Presti says in a statement Friday that Westbrook has been playing pain free, but "recently had experienced increased swelling" in his right knee.
Horford injured: Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer says the team isn't sure how much time Al Horford will miss after tearing his right pectoral muscle.
Horford, who missed most of 2011-12 with a torn left pectoral muscle, was injured in the first overtime Friday night in a victory at Cleveland and likely will need surgery soon. Horford leads the Hawks in scoring and rebounding, averaging 18.2 points and 8.4 rebounds.
NFL fines: Tampa Bay Buccaneers safety Dashon Goldson was fined $60,000 by the NFL on Friday for his helmet-to-helmet hit on St. Louis Rams wide receiver Stedman Bailey last Sunday.
St. Louis linebacker Jo-Lonn Dunbar was fined $21,000 for a helmet-to-helmet hit. Jets defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson was docked $15,750 for roughing the passer after the league said he "unnecessarily" drove Cleveland quarterback Jason Campbell to the ground, "landing on him with his full weight." Richardson is appealing the fine. Buffalo rookie wide receiver Roberts Woods was fined $15,750 for punching Miami safety Reshad Jones in the third quarter of the Bills' 19-0 win.
Idonije placed on IR: The Detroit Lions have placed defensive end Israel Idonije on injured reserve.
Idonije had been limited by a neck injury this week. The Lions finish their season at Minnesota today.
Detroit signed cornerback Akwasi Owusu-Ansah to the active roster from the team's practice roster.
Asomugha retires: Less than three years after being one of the most prized free agents on the open market, Nnamdi Asomugha' NFL career is over.
Asomugha formally announced his retirement Friday at the Oakland Raiders' headquarters, ending his 11-year career at the place he had his most success.
Cobb activated: Packers receiver Randall Cobb has been activated from injured reserve and has been listed as questionable for today's crucial game against the Chicago Bears.
Early draft entries: Wyoming quarterback Brett Smith and Fresno State receiver Davante Adams are leaving college football early to enter the NFL draft.
Utah tight end Jake Murphy also announced Friday that he is giving up his senior season to try to go pro.
On Thursday, California cornerback Kameron Jackson and tight end Richard Rodgers entered the NFL draft.
Rangers introduce Choo: Shin-Soo Choo has officially joined the Texas Rangers, a team that went into this offseason looking to remake its offense.
The 31-year-old South Korean was introduced Friday, and general manager Jon Daniels called him a "right fit" for the club. Choo received a $130 million, seven-year contract. That deal was agreed upon last weekend, pending the completion of a physical.
Puig arrested: The Florida Highway Patrol says that Major League Baseball star Yasiel Puig has been arrested after officers clocked him driving 110 mph in a 70 mph zone. Authorities say Puig was arrested and charged with reckless driving and taken to the Collier County jail for processing. An email message for Dodgers spokesman Joe Jareck wasn't immediately returned.
Steen out with concussion: The St. Louis Blues have placed star forward Alex Steen on the injured list with a concussion. General manager Doug Armstrong says the league's No. 2 goal scorer will be out indefinitely. He announced the move in a statement Saturday before the team's game that night with Chicago.
U.S. beats Slovakia: Matt Grzelyck, Jack Eichel and Ryan Hartman each had a goal and an assist, leading the defending champion United States to a 6-3 victory over Slovakia on Saturday at the world junior hockey tournament.
Miami of Ohio's Riley Barber, Boston University's Dan O'Regan and New Jersey Devils prospect Stefan Matteau also scored for the Americans, who lead Group A. The United States opened the tournament with a 5-1 victory over the Czech Republic. Providence goalie Jon Gillies stopped 27 shots for the United States.