Courtesy: Getty Images

Courtesy: Getty Images

Anthony Bennett, Former #1 draft pick (2013) has signed with Turkish club Fenerbahce in the Euroleague, after being waived by the Brooklyn Nets earlier this week.

Since being drafted by Cleveland, Bennett was traded to Minnesota and had stints in Toronto and Brooklyn.

In 23 games this season with the Nets, the Brampton native averaged 11.5 minutes per game while scoring five points.

In total, Bennett played 151 career games in the NBA, averaging 4.4 points and 3.4 rebounds.

He will now have a chance in Europe to get his career going in the right direction after averaging 16.1 points and 8.1 rebounds per game for UNLV in 2012-13.

The 23-year old now joins Fenerbahce, a Euroleague title contender.

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One thought on “Anthony Bennett Signs with Turkish Basketball Club

  1. Zok says:

    Its shitty…i know everyone says “theres no reason to feel sorry for him he made millions” but its not about money… how does he feel mentally… ppl always reminding him he was one of the biggest nba busts…

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