Found July 21, 2013 on BlackSportsOnline:
Over the past year here in Philadelphia, Andrew Bynum developed quite the reputation, and none of it was good. Bynum was labeled lazy, had his work ethic questioned, and worst of all once again had his love for the game of basketball questioned for the 100th time. Bynum was asked during his introductory press conference about his work ethic, and he stated that any concerns are “nonsense.” “Completely. I worked really hard to get to where I am. I continue to work hard,” said Bynum, who described the concerns as “nonsense.” I’ll take a wait and see approach with Andrew after last summers fiasco in Philly.
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