Anthony Bennett is back! 

I know, hold the presses. Big news. Well, he actually never really left. He just hasn't been in the news for awhile. The former No. 1 pick is looking to simply play basketball and continue to improve this season on the Clippers' G-league affiliate, The Agua Caliente Clippers of Ontario.

Bennett was only in the  NBA for four seasons after being drafted in 2013, playing for four teams and averaging 4.4 points and 3.1 rebounds. He then went to Turkey before returning to the United States, where the 6-8 power forward spent parts of three seasons with four G League teams before joining the Agua Caliente Clippers in October. 

He was sent there through a trade with the Maine Red Claws and was given in exchange for former Warrior James Michael McAdoo and a third-round draft pick.

Bennett is often called a disappointment. 

Articles have said that he's the biggest bust in NBA history. But he has the right mentality to move forward. It wasn't his decision for the Cavaliers to take him  No. 1 overall after one year at UNLV where he averaged just 16 points and 8 rebounds per game. 

He even admits that he wasn't ready and that he had no idea he was going No. 1 until 10 seconds before the pick. It's time for us all to move on. It was an awful pick. But, Bennett still has many minutes left. Even if it's not where we all expected him to be.