The Bucks‘ disappointing start to the season is starting to get to Jennings, who voiced his displeasure to the Journal Sentinel: “An unbeaten New Orleans Hornets team rolled into the Bradley Center on Saturday night, and Chris Paul and friends still had a spotless record when they left town. But a sputtering and poor-shooting Milwaukee Bucks team had other things to worry about after its 87-81 loss, a defeat that dropped them to a less than sparkling 2-5 start. And Bucks point guard Brandon Jennings didn’t mince words when talking about the early-season frustrations that seem to be mounting each night. ‘It was just an ugly game for us, and it’s starting to get a little bit ridiculous now,’ Jennings said. ‘Every day it’s something. It’s either shots not falling or we just all break down. Some people are not on the same page. I don’t know what it is, but it’s getting a little bit annoying now. To tell you the truth, I don’t know (what to do about it). Everybody wants to talk and voice their opinion. But I think that’s … Anybody could talk in the locker room. Everybody just wants to come here and talk, talk, but let’s just play basketball and do what we’re supposed to do on the court and then let’s talk or something like that.’”