It's Bleacher Report, so make of it what you will. BUT, they have Ammo as the no. 2 worst draft pick of the last decade. That in and of itself wouldn't be that bad (surely debatable), but this is what the guy says:
So, dude has BY FAR his best NBA year with us his rookie year, blows out his knee for a season ending injury the next season, and then never regains NBA caliber athleticism, but somehow CHARLOTTE give him "a fair chance?" Glad his life got better watching the Lakers win a couple of rings, of which contributed next to nothing.I still don't feel like Adam Morrison got a fair chance in Charlotte, but such is life. His life got significantly better, though, when he won multiple rings with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Not hating on Ammo. Hope the guy continues to play professionally and does well. But, Charlotte somehow contributing to his failure??!! smh.
SOMEONE will pay for THIS!
As soon as you said Bleacher Report I immediately disregarded whatever this guy had to say. The only thing Bleacher Report is good for is grouping all the bad "journalists" into one place.
Ammo got plenty of opportunities to succeed here, he just didn't have the mental strength to come back from his injury.
"Sam Vincent? To be honest with you, I don't know what his concept was." - Gerald Wallace
He did win two rings in LA. The Lakers gave Ammo a great opportunity to be head cheerleader from the bench, so yeah I guess his life did get better.
What a stupid comment.
Nikoloz Tskitishvili should be the biggest bust, hands down. Ammo and Brown had multiple solid games. Nikoloz did nothing. I'm surprised he was forgotten about so quickly.