Good Morning: Andrew Bynum Takes A Swipe At Laker Fans

Andrew Bynum took a dig at LA Lakers fans during a radio interview with Fox Sports when talking about playing in Cleveland.

“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.”


Alex Rodriguez is reportedly facing a lifetime ban from MLB.


Bengals owner Mike Brown says the link between concussions and dementia is "speculation." 


Former five-time world champ Emile Griffith died last night in New York City.


Miguel Cabrera sat out last night with a hip injury and isn't sure when he will return.


The NCAA is looking for a dismissal of the Paterno family lawsuit.


Tom Coughlin discusses the necessity for good scouting and development because no-contact practices make it difficult to figure out who has what it takes physically.


SI thinks Roger Goodell should drop his 18-game proposal for the good of his reputation and the safety of the NFL.


Matt Kemp, who finished second in the voting, thinks Ryan Braun should have his MVP taken away. Braun lost his endorsement deal from Kwik Trip yesterday.


Mark Cuban thinks Dirk Nowitzki can be in the MVP discussion next season.


Aaron Hernandez is the focus of a 2012 murder investigation.


The rookie wage scale was supposed to simplify things in the NFL draft, but 14 first-round picks remain unsigned. What gives?


President Obama hosted the Louisville Cardinals yesterday, congratulating them on destroying his bracket.


The field at Cowboys Stadium for tonight's Gold Cup semifinal looks like complete crap.


The Baltimore Orioles acquired K-Rod from Milwaukee to bolster their bullpen.


South Carolina is investigating the link between Jay Z and Jadeveon Clowney.


The Barclays Center sold the most tickets of 2013.


Here's a look at the potential 2014 Team USA roster.





Drake has partnered with New Era for a set of custom OVO caps.


Snoop Lion invested in a dog food company that provides one free bag of dog food to a shelter when one is purchased in a store. Oh, and apparenly humans can eat the dog food, too.


Timbaland discusses Aaliyah and the "stupid" track he has coming out with Nas, Jay Z and JT.





The House is attempting to defund the part of the NSA that has the power to spy on everyone, and the White House is freaking out at the possibility that they might actually pull it off. The biggest complaint? Here's press secretary Jay Carney: "This blunt approach is not the product of an informed, open or deliberative process." Guess it sucks to be on the other end of that one, huh, Carney?


Both Congress and President Obama are facing lows in approval rating, with the President just one point above his career low at 45 percent, while Congress sits at a mere 12 percent approval. Anyway, good try all around.


A new study shows people who develop diabetes as adults are 50-80 percent more likely to develop a physical disability.


Depending on whether you're a fan of his or not, Anthony Weiner either admitted to his second sexting scandal or dealt with more natural fallout from the first scandal with his wife firmly by his side.


The state of California is working one last-ditch attempt to not clean up their disgusting prison system by re-appealing to Supreme Court Justice Kennedy to see if he'll let them off the hook from his previous decision to force Cali to release prisoners.





Nipsey Hussle drops off a new track called "Summertime In That Cutlass."

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