No. 37 Brandon Jennings
BJ’s stats were solid last year: 32.6 minutes, 15.5 points, 1.3 steals, 5.7 assists and 1.8 threes per game. Expect those, along with his subpar shooting percentage, to jump this year as he continues to gain more experience.
Expect the Bucks to make a jump this year, too. And expect the calf muscle to be their point man.
Jennings and the Bucks aren’t merely shooting for a repeat of last season’s somewhat surprising run. They’ve got their eyes on the Central Division crown, and it’s not as far out of their grasp as you may think. We all know what happened to the Cavs. The Pacers are still a ways away, and Detroit may not be on the upswing quite yet. So that leaves the Bucks and the Bulls. Packed with their free agent signings, Chicago is a phenomenal team to play with in a video game (believe me, I’ve updated my 2K10 rosters).