Do you still remember Brandon Jennings? Yep, the former NBA player who once had a star potential but wasn't able to live up to the expectations because of numerous issues both on and off the court. Well, he's recently been playing in the Drew League, but even there, he can't seem to control himself.
The former 2009 lottery pick apparently lost his cool during a game, in a sequence where he was clearly the one who fouled the opposing player, who appears to be Frank ‘Nitty' Session.
Brandon Jennings has had enough of the Drew League😂pic.twitter.com/OCsYQtzUJv
— Hoop Central (@TheHoopCentral) July 29, 2019
Jennings obviously received a tech for his antics. Meanwhile, Nitty just went on with his usual Drew League stuff, dropping 41 points in the game.
Jennings is one of those guys who could've become an NBA superstar if he only focused on his work ethic and had enough discipline in him. He once scored a career-high 55 points in the NBA and was once one of the most unstoppable guards in the league, at least for a brief moment in his career.
Although he's just 29 years old, he's no longer playing in the NBA. His last stint in the league was during the 2017-18 season, where he played 14 games for the Milwaukee Bucks. He averaged 5.2 points, 2.2 rebounds, and 2.1 assists.
Right now, he's no longer being considered as an available free agent, which is an indication that none of the teams in the league are interested in bringing him back. He has become more of a liability and a distraction rather than an asset, and his recent outburst in the Drew League proved that.