Out of all the things Brett Brown seems to find important, having a backup, backup point guards are not one of them.
According to Bob Cooney, Lorenzo Brown will be taking a trip down I-95, as the team has assigned him to the Sevens.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>According to source, Lorenzo Brown headed to D-League from Sixers to Delaware. With MCW healthy, really no playing time for Brown.</p>— Bob Cooney (@BobCooney76) <a href="https://twitter.com/BobCooney76/statuses/416276491282837504">December 26, 2013</a></blockquote>
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The N.C. State product was signed along with Elliot Williams after the release of Kwame Brown and Darius Morris, and hung around with the team for just over a month. He made his first appearance in a ten point loss to the Toronto Raptors on November 20th, logging 5 points on 2/2 shooting in one minute of action.
The 23 year-old was very surprisingly unable to sustain that level of efficiency over the next several weeks, where he saw an increase in his playing time due to Michael Carter-Williams knee infection.
He averaged 3.2 points on 33.3% shooting in 13 contests. He'll now take his talents to Delaware, where he'll hope to somehow replace D-league legend and owner of all of our hearts, Kendall Marshall.
Brown is still currently on the Sixers 15 man roster, meaning no other team can sign him as the Lakers did Marshall.