Andrew Bynum Takes Subtle Shot At Lakers Fans

In a 1-on-1 interview with FOX Sports following his introductory press conference with the Cavaliers, Andrew Bynum took a subtle shot at the Lakers fanbase when asked about Cleveland fans, saying that he’s never played for a city that “stands up and supports the team.”

FOX Sports: It’s not LA, but it’s Cleveland, and the one thing we know about Cleveland is this city loves their sports. What do you know about the fans here?

“I just know that they’re really, really passionate and I haven’t had the opportunity to play for a city that is really just gonna stand up and really support the team, I’m super excited and I can’t wait to see what it’s like.”

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  • Andre

    What a joke this guy is!
    All he did in LA was whine and cry and steal people handicapped parking spaces
    If this fool even had any heart he would’ve thrived in LA but no heart equals no titles just like Dwight Howard
    Hmmm seems to be a trend with laker centers since shaq left

  • bigcityballer

    Hey Andre at least he played in LA. He came to Philly, used up our air, bowled, danced and made an absolute ass out of himself with all the weird hair styles but never touch to court as an active player. He’s a stain.

  • Scott

    Guess he’s lucky that he didn’t play a minute in Philadelphia, they have the toughest fans around who don’t always support their teams.

  • barry

    i think the first commenter forgot he won two championships in LA and one of those was against Dwight Howard

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  • http://none Anthony H

    What about your arrogance Mr. Bynum? Your complete disregard for local law and disrespect the citizens of El Segundo. I was there when you pulled up to the local bagel shop and parked your vehicle diagonal across the two handicap spaces. In fact you wouldn’t even move your vehicle until someone call the cops to complain. I was there when I was at a popular local sandwich shop when you walk in to cut in front of a line with 10 customers waiting to order your sandwich. News of this kind of behavior travels fast especially when you are a celebrity. You expect people to love and respect you. What about the time you shove Michael Beasley to the ground during 2012 playoffs?
    You expect fans to love you then.

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