Lakers Coach Mike Brown stood before a small group of reporters before Tuesday's game against New Jersey and defended Andrew Bynum, who recently came under scrutiny for behavioral issues.
Andrew Bynum was reportedly fined an undisclosed amount by the Lakers for "numerous infractions," including failing to attend a meeting with Lakers General Manager Mitch Kupchak.
"It's an internal matter," Brown said, declining to elaborate.
"Just because you guys found out about this, to overreact, I'm not about to do that right now."
When Brown was asked whether he thinks Bynum has an attitude problem, he said "No."
"I know that when I was in San Antonio, we fined guys for certain things and, I mean, I don't think anybody would say the year we won the championship in 2003 that anybody, maybe one guy, anybody but one guy on our team had an attitude problem."
Bynum's maturity, however, recently has been questioned.
Last Tuesday, against Golden State, he was benched after taking a three-pointer, yet he told reporters after the game he would continue shooting them.