Big 3 Best Substitute Andre Amit was shot and used to play for Grizzlies Nets

 Big 3 Best Substitute Andre Amit was shot and used to play for Grizzlies Nets

The Big3 League wrote on Twitter: The League was shocked by the sudden death of Emitte, who had served in the League for two seasons. When playing here, he always smiles, treats people kindly, behaves amicably and makes everyone around him happy. Outside the court, Amit is always keen to use foundations to help young people achieve their dreams. At this difficult time, we will stand with Amits family and friends to tide over the difficulties.

Emmetts Alma mater, Texas Tech University, also observed a silence on Twitter: Thank you for Emmetts creation on the court, the team for Emmetts outstanding contribution to the school, and for inspiring the Texas Tech family.

Amit was selected by the Supersonic Team in the 35th rank in 2004 and used to play for the Grizzlies and the Nets. In addition, he has played in several NBA Development League teams, but his NBA career has not been smooth, he spent a lot of time in overseas leagues. He joined the Big3 League in April 2018 and won the Best Substitute Award of the Big3 League in August of the same year. In June 2013, Amit was also naturalized by the Jordanian mens basketball team.

For Chinese fans, the most impressive must be March 7, 2010, when Shandong team played against Jiangsu team, he scored 71 points in a single game. Sun Jun broke the record of 70 points in a single game set in 2000, which was only broken by 75 points of foreign aid team Quincy-Dolby of Zhejiang Team in the 2012-2013 season. Amit came to Shandong for the 2009-2010 season and joined Fujian after one season.