Worse than Kwame Brown. Worse than Michael Olowokandi.

That's where Anthony Bennett's rookie season ranks thus far statistically.

He has a current PER of 1.1, which is 10.1 worse than Brown posted in his bust-tastic rookie season.

Bennett's career is still young, and he's only played in 31 games. But he's shooting just 26.9 percent from the field and clearly appears to be in over his head at times. That video at the top is one of every shot from Bennett in the first 12 games of his career. Look how open he is in most of them. His form looks good, his release is nice. He just can't make a stinking shot.

So with Luol Deng now in place for the Cavs seeming to bump Bennett even further down the bench, what's the rookie to do now? Ken Berger of CBSSports.com made the suggestion last week Bennett should be in the D-League. And via the Plain-Dealer, he's open to it.

Even before he didn't play a minute in a 120-118 victory over the Lakers on Tuesday night, rookie Anthony Bennett was being asked whether he'd be interested in going down to play with the Cavaliers' owned-and-operated NBA Development League franchise in Canton.

"It's something I'd think about, for sure," Bennett said before Tuesday's game. "It's not a bad thing, especially going down there, hopefully playing a lot, going out there, building my confidence."