Andrew Bynum is no longer a 76er.

And despite missing all of last season with bone bruises and damaged cartilage in his knees, the unrestricted free agent center will not work out for teams interested in signing him, Yahoo! Sports reported.

Bynum’s agent, David Lee, told Yahoo! that a “half dozen teams” have expressed interest in his client leading up to the start of free agency Monday, and that those organizations will be provided MRIs and other medical reports. Dallas, Cleveland and Portland are reportedly in the mix for the oft-injured big man.

But the Sixers, who know more about Bynum’s medical condition than any other team, seem disinterested in the prospect of keeping him around any longer.

Friday, new Sixers president and general manager Sam Hinkie said he’s had little to no contact with Bynum’s agent despite “a whole lot of work behind the scenes.”

“I think we’ll be open-minded and respectful,” Hinkie said. “Andrew is a free agent and one we’ll have some discussions with. And we’ll sort of see where it goes.”

The Sixers acquired Bynum and Jason Richardson by trading All-Star Andre Iguodala, Nik Vucevic, Maurice Harkless and a future first-round draft pick in last summer’s blockbuster four-team deal. The only thing the Sixers have to show for that massive investment is veteran guard Jason Richardson, who played in 33 games last season before requiring knee surgery that is expected to keep him sidelined until late January at the earliest.