Andrew Bynum's unpaid suspension is over, but he will remain exiled from the Cleveland Cavaliers while getting paid, the team said Sunday.

Bynum was suspended for the Cavs' game Saturday in Boston for conduct detrimental to the team and was docked one game check, which cost him about $111,000.

He remains excused from all team activities indefinitely, including Sunday night's home game against the Golden State Warriors, according to the Cavs.

Bynum was suspended following an incident at the team's practice Friday but the decision was the culmination of events over the last several weeks, sources told ESPN.com.

Bynum has wavered on his interest in continuing his career after missing all of last season with knee injuries.