After reading this, I ask you to google a photo of Brandon Jennings and his Young Money tattoo. He is rocking a nice fade in the photo on Deadspin and one of the comments asked something along the lines of "Wasn't he the guy killed at the end of Juice?" That comment slayed me.
Hammond said he did not want to elaborate on the reasons behind the free agent decisions. But he did address another issue facing the team this week: Jennings' involvement in a profanity-laced and provocative video clip that was posted on the Web site YouTube.
"We are aware of the story," Hammond said. "This is a team matter, and we've been in contact with Brandon regarding it."
The clip, which showed rapper Joe Budden having a speakerphone conversation with someone identified as Jennings, had been removed as of Monday afternoon.
But according to a partial transcript of the clip posted on sportingnews.com, Jennings said he was confident that Sessions would not return to the team, boasted that he would beat out Luke Ridnour for the Bucks' starting point guard job and made a profane comment about the New York Knicks for not drafting him.
"He did not know he was being taped and it's already been addressed to Brandon by the Milwaukee Bucks as well as Bill Duffy and BDA Sports," said Ilana Nunn, spokeswoman for Jennings' agency. "When you're not told your being taped, you don't know what's going on."
Jennings previously had mentioned his friendship with Budden on his Twitter account, which had been taken down as of Monday afternoon.
The incident could raise questions about the maturity of Jennings, who decided to play professionally in Italy instead of going to college.
And Jennings apparently was wrong about Sessions' future with the team.