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Andrew Bynum's behavior continues to be scrutinized (Web links)

April 04, 2012|By Mark Medina
  • Lakers center Andrew Bynum drives against Warriors power forward David Lee during a game in Oakland.
Lakers center Andrew Bynum drives against Warriors power forward David… (Ezra Shaw / Getty Images )

Game stories

--The Times' Mike Bresnahan notes that Andrew Bynum blasted music in the locker room before the Lakers' 91-87 win Tuesday over the New Jersey Nets. He also mentions that Bynum will try to play Wednesday against the Clippers.

--The Orange County Register's Kevin Ding writes about the Lakers' failure to hold on to a 17-point lead against the Nets.

--The Daily News' Elliott Teaford highlights the Lakers' struggle in putting away New Jersey.


--I talk to Deron Williams and fomer Laker Jordan Farmar about their sentiments about the Nets.

--The Times' Broderick Turner highlights the Clippers contention that they don't see the Lakers as a rival.

--The Times' Bresnahan talks to General Manager Mitch Kupchak, who says he "absolutely" envisions Bynum being part of the Lakers' future.

--The Times' Ben Bolch notes that the Lakers actually have more lobs than the Clippers.

--ESPN Los Angeles' Dave McMenamin reports that Bynum was fined, partly for blowing off a meeting with Kupchak.

--The Daily News' Teaford highlights Coach Mike Brown's insistence on not making a big deal about Bynum's behavior.


--Bresnahan and I break down the Lakers-Nets game for Fox Sports West in the video below


--ESPN Los Angeles' Andy Kamenetzky breaks down the Lakers' win over New Jersey.

--CBS Sports' Matt Moore criticizes Bynum's lack of respect for Brown.'s Mike Trudell provides a running diary of the Lakers-Nets game.

--Silver Screen and Roll's C.A. Clark notes that the Lakers often blow leads.

Tweet of the Day: "The real reason Pau pushed Humphries? He's also upset about the whole "Kardashian" thing " -- ESPNLandoLakers (ESPN Los Angeles' Andy Kamenetzky)

Rick Friedman Reader Comment of the Day: "Andrew Bynum needs to get over whatever his psychological/emotional problems are and become a real teammate. That means thinking of others; considering the consequences of one's actions, their impact on those around you; and taking responsibility for one's choices. Unless he matures (and quickly), he's going to be headed down the path of formerly-great athletes who are broke and in trouble (e.g., Alan Iverson, Dennis Rodman, et al.). Nothing is more pitiful than watching the self-immolation of a potentially great person who is victim to "self-will run riot."" -- Swatkinslaw

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