Thursday, September 23rd, 2010 at 8:00 am  |  91 responses

Top 50: Brandon Jennings, 37

The definitive ranking of the NBA’s best players.

by Adam Fleischer / @AdamXXL

Happy Birthday, Brandon Jennings. For your 21st, you’re not getting a shot of Patron or a gold bottle of Ace of Spades or whatever it is you millionaires drink. Instead, you’re getting crowned as 37th best player in the L.

That said, I think I’m wasting my time here. I feel that way because I don’t think Brandon Jennings gives a fuck what I think. Nor, my friends, do I think Brandon Jennings gives a fuBrandon Jenningsck what you think.

I mean this in the best possible way.

Now, I can’t be sure about this. It’s just a hunch. He may tell you differently. His organization may tell you differently. His agent may tell you differently. His sneaker company may tell you differently.

The reality is, though, that when it comes down to it, Jennings is like a meat-wearing Lada Gaga on stage at the VMAs. And no, I’m not saying that simply because, like her, he dances to Lady Gaga music.

He does it his own way. “It,” in this instance, can mean any number of things. It can mean going overseas; scoring 55; lofting 20-something shots; perfecting a running floater; knocking down what you thought was a questionable three-point attempt; coming out fashionably late to your own Draft; blogging with SLAMonline during the Draft the following year; playfully and incoherently running your fingers across the keyboard and sending it out as a Tweet; saying that your sneaker allegiances held you back from getting a Team USA tryout invite.

I know you’ve heard it all before—blazing trails, taking the uncommon path—but it remains an important enough reality of all that Brandon Jennings brings to the table that it can’t be overlooked.

It seemed like people fell out of love with Brandon last year just as quickly as they fell in love with him after he eclipsed half a hundred against the Warriors—which was, not surprisingly, just as quickly as they fell out of love with him when he took his talents to South Italy.

(Actually, Rome is in the central part of the country, but whatever.)

The southpaw’s rookie year certainly had its ups and downs. Most Year One’s do. Getting to the Playoffs had to be the highlight. Going out the way that he and the Bucks did surely sucked, but he was in a position that no other rookie of true consequence was in last year; Jennings played into May.

Of the other top rookie guards from last year—a group that we’ll say includes Brandon, Steph Curry and Tyreke Evans—Milwaukee’s point guard played the most games. And that’s not just because he’s the only one who played in all 82 regular season games, although that happens to also be true. It’s cause he was the starting point guard for a playoff team.

This isn’t to say he necessarily should have won Rookie of the Year, although some people did believe that. The argument from those who felt that way was sound, however, in that it placed the utmost importance on being a floor general for a winning team. At the end of the day, sports are about winning. But that’s the past and it doesn’t really matter.

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).

But the Bucks are poised to keep climbing. They’ve got one of the deepest teams in the League, one of the few legit centers around, a coach who has proven that he knows what he’s doing, and a solid defensive philosophy.

Oh, yeah, and they’ve got this dude who runs the show for them who, while getting better as we speak, brings confidence, personality, fearlessness, scoring, court vision and a whole lot more to the floor every night.

When I spoke with dude earlier this year for our March cover story, he told me that his goals for last season were to reach the Playoffs and help Andrew Bogut become an All-Star. One outta two ain’t bad. But two out of two—hell, even three out of two (Jennings as an All-Star being my invention as the third)—are possible this season.

If his past has been any indication, Brandon will do something that is, in the very least, semi-controversial, that will make headlines at some point this season. At the same time, he’ll be helping the Bucks stack up the Ws. So all that other stuff will, still, be none too important.

He’s got “Young Money” tatted on his back and, like another Young Money phenom—the one who raps for the Young Money label and makes radio hits seem as simple to create as break and bake cookies—he gets it done his own way.

Oh. Yeah. That’s right. He’s doing him.

Here’s to 21…and 37.

Drink up, kid.

Player Team Position 2010 2009 2010 2009
Ray Allen Celtics SG 50 36 11 10
Gilbert Arenas Wizards SG 49 34 10 9
Lamar Odom Lakers PF 48 33 14 10
John Wall Wizards PG 47 NR 13 NR
OJ Mayo Grizzlies SG 46 46 9 12
Al Horford Hawks C 45 NR 6 NR
Jason Kidd Mavs PG 44 45 12 10
Joakim Noah Bulls C 43 NR 5 NR
LaMarcus Aldridge Blazers PF 42 39 13 12
David West Hornets PF 41 31 12 8
Monta Ellis Warriors SG 40 NR 8 NR
Andrew Bogut Bucks C 39 NR 4 NR
Yao Ming Rockets C 38 NR 3 NR
Brandon Jennings Bucks PG 37 NR 11 NR

• Rankings are based solely on projected ’10-11 performance.
• Contributors to this list include: Jeremy Bauman, Maurice Bobb, Erildas Budraitis, Sean Ceglinsky, Ben Collins, Bryan Crawford, Sandy Dover, Adam Figman, Manny Maduakolam, Eddie Maisonet, Ryne Nelson, Doobie Okon, Ben Osborne, Charles Peach, Branden Peters, Quinn Peterson, David Schnur, Todd Spehr, Kyle Stack, Adam Sweeney, Dennis Tarwood, Tracy Weissenberg, Lang Whitaker, Eric Woodyard, and Nima Zarrabi.
• Want more of the SLAMonline Top 50? Check out the archive.

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  • Filipe

    No way Jennings is more productive than Bogut this year (unless you think Bogut will stay hurt half a season).

  • http://www.twitter.com/kevinchung Kevin

    if i were a coach/gm, i think i would take almost every player on this list so far instead of Jennings on my team. but i guess this is about projected stats and a 40% shooting percentage for a gunner doesn’t phase you..

  • http://www.twitter.com/kevinchung Kevin


  • http://www.slamonline.com J

    i like jennings’ game i swear. But this is the first disagreement i have in this list. Imo, Bogut should come higher than him. I don’t think he’s gonna outperform Bogut, at least this coming season. Bogut will still be the guy that will carry most of Milwaukee, the main cog. So i think he’s still above Jennings in terms of impact and production.

  • jdote

    I still can’t believe he shot 37 percent from the field last season. That being said his impact on games, and the toughness he brought to the Bucks can’t be dismissed. I’m glad he’s on the list, but I’m like many others who are not sure he should be this high.

  • Joosh

    Yea, i love jennings.
    But he should be top 30 in my opinion. And yes i think he was better than tyreke. Tyreke didnt lead his team, just got stats. Jennings proved he could score and lead

  • Dagger

    Some voters shouldnt get a ballot next year.

  • Red

    Damn such professionalism, anyways. Plain and simple you’re an idiot. I’ll continue to check out your list but it’s just mad wack now. You are the pinnacle of a sports writer who was accidentally hired. Allow yourself to say I’m a ‘hater’ like everyone else but there is no such thing as one. Every human has a view. Unfortunately this is borderline fact which is why yahoos list was respected & paid attention to.

  • Lazarus

    i havent bought a slam mag in over a year now and this is why. retarded. how dare u put jennings ahead of bogut :l

  • http://Slamonline.com Caboose

    if we’re going by production, idk about this ranking cause I see Jennings putting up about 17-7-3-1. however, based on performance, this is a great ranking because bj was a big reason the bucks made the playoffs last year and will still be the driving force of the team.

  • http://slamonline.com Jeremy Bauman

    Probably my favorite SLAM 50 yet this year, thanks Adam

  • Maurice Bobb

    Young Money! Good stuff Adam.

  • Tupack Shackur

    I’m not a fan of these articles. Too many articles, and not enough substance to carry them all. Any good profile waxes bombastic a little bit, but this one just sounds like a letter from an apologist.

  • http://slamonline.com Bryan Crawford

    Admittedly, I doubted Brandon Jennings too. But he proved me wrong last season and when I had the chance to talk to him, I told him so and offered my apologies. That said, I hope my Bulls crush the Bucks this season because we definitely owe them. They way they clinched a playoff spot by beating us on our home floor; if I haven’t forgotten about it, I know the players haven’t either. The Central Division should be a lot of fun to watch this year. Nice job Adam.

  • http://slamonline.com Bryan Crawford

    And looking at some of the posts that’s been left already, if I’ve learned anything in the past 12hrs it’s that everybody is entitled to their own opinion and people will ALWAYS have something to say. If it’s negative, don’t dignify it with a response, just keep doing you and let your actions speak louder than your words. This is afterall the “big time” and also, the life we chose. Word to Young Money…and to “the nerve.” Gone.

  • http://SLAMonline.com GotHandles?

    @Lazarus. the only reason Bogut was so productive was because of who was feeding him the ball. You probably thought shawn marion was better than Steve Nash also. WRONG

  • http://slamonline.com/ Ryne Nelson

    ^That! And loved the piece, Adam.

  • http://www.slamonline.com/ niQ

    Co-sign Ryne, who co-signed GotHandles

  • http://slamonline.com Krishan

    37 is about right. Although would’ve liked bogut in front of him, but that bum shoulder’s going to bother him so much this season.

  • http://Www.fiba.com Darksaber

    Whaddup Ryne? Long time no read (privately, i mean). All is well in the dome?

  • http://www.slamonline.com J

    @Gothandles.. since i’m also humbly arguing about Jennings being ahead of Bogut. I’ll answer you this. I’ve watched so many games to know that Bogut’s production doesn’t rely on feeds from Jennings as much as you think it is. I don’t hate Jennings, i like him a LOT. But he’s not feeding enough to Bogut to even compare how Nash is feeding Marion. And I’m not overrating Bogut. Post up’s, tip-ins, put backs, and-1′s from attacking low post. That was done by Bogut. I acknowledge Jennings playmaking skills but it is like what i said. Watch games.

  • http://www.slamonline.com jumpman3224

    There was A LOT of disagreement last summer on this site about how good Jennings would be in the L. I was in the camp that saw him as a future star and bashed the Knicks for not taking him ahead of the Bucks.
    I bet @Jukai is still completely shocked that this kid dropped 5.7 APG last season.

  • http://SLAMonline.com GotHandles?

    @J. I do watch the games which is why I made my statement. Despite Bogut’s #s not increasing that much with BJ at the point, it’s still very evident that having a gifted passer like Brandon not only gave Bogut more looks, but helped deter dbl teams on Bogut because teams had to focus on BJ coming into the lane and dishing. How did the Bucks do with Bogut and no Jennings and how was Bogut perceived? How did the Bucks do with Jennings and NOW how is Bogut perceived? I rest my case.

  • http://itsahardwoodlife.blogspot.com omphalos

    This guy can’t be above Yao… he just can’t.

  • Dagger

    So BJ made Bogut? You’re comparing a guy whi cant create like Marion to one of the best 1vs1 scorer in the Prague on the block? Jennings wasnt événement getting regular crunch time minutes last year! Skiles would often go to Ridnour! This list is a joke. Jennings is not better than any of the guys who sent 50-38. 37 is not his ranking but his fg %.

  • http://twitter.com/HarryByrdMan44 LA Huey

    Jennings will not out-produce Bogut. Not yet.

  • http://www.slamonline.com J

    @ Gothandles.. You directly said that Bogut’s production is directly feeds from Jennings, that implies he was making Bogut, like how Nash’s to Marion. I said that’s not true. There are a lot of plays wherein they let Bogut do the work on the post or the offense starts and ends on him. Thats where he gets majority of his points. Jennings is making the job easier for Bogut, and so does Bogut to him and others. But to equate that into “he’s production is of who was feeding him” is a very different kind of thing. The arrival of Jennings and improvement of Bogut coincides and produced success for them. But in no way last season that Jennings is making Bogut like what your statement implies. And if in the next season i’m proven wrong by Brandon, meaning he then took over the team undisputed, then great because like what i said earlier i like him as a player.

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    Bogut might be hurt all year. That’s the only reason this makes sense.
    Jennings shot 37 percent from the field, and by the end of hte season was losing out on crunch time minutes to Luke Ridnour.
    Dude has definite game, but once teams stopped letting him come off that high pick and roll clean, he started having a lot more problems.
    If he has adapted to that, the shooting percentage and overall play should climb. If he’s still confused, it won’t.

  • dsleepy

    omphalos you took the words right out of my mouth

  • abaci

    damn you guys continue to kill him by always linking to the clip of him dancing

  • http://www.slamonline.com J

    @ Got.. Also there are many games where Skiles resorted to Ridnour mostly in the 2nd half or in crunch times, does that mean Bogut’s production is feeds from Ridnour too?

  • http://slamonline.com Bryan Crawford

    Brandon Jennings is actually a very good FT shooter percentage-wise, yet he only takes 3 FT’s per game. I personally think he’d be better served by not settling for the jumper so much and be more aggressive and try and get to the line more. It’s not like anybody can stop him. I’ve seen a lot of times where he attacks but doesn’t attempt a shot and instead takes the ball to the corner or finds his way back out top. That’s not really playing to your strengths. And Bogut was getting it in long before Brandon got there.

  • http://www.slamonline.com J

    @ Gothandles.. Another. Saying how did the other do without the other is a bit unrelated. Just because they made the playoffs now with Brandon, and didn’t the previous year with just Bogut, you can’t count out the importance of the contribution of Bogut. C’mon. That’s like saying that Pau has more impact than Kobe because they only became champs when he arrived. And Kobe can’t pass the first round all by himself. That’s i don’t know.. pointless.

  • DarthEarl

    So is Aaron Brooks ranked ahead of Jennings? He should be, but Brooks doesnt seem to get much love or hype compared to Jennings.

    Brooks averaged 20ppg last year and was the NBA Most Improved Player. He also led the league in 3′s made.

  • http://www.kb24.com The Seed

    Brandon Jennings is not getting the credit he deserves for some odd reason. Brandon Jennings is already an accomplished point guard in the NBA. Brandon has so much upside, you need to look at him play in 3D. I can care less about shooting percentages. The goal is to win the game. There are plenty of past stars and current stars that will have off nights, but if your team wins or makes the playoffs and you are a rookie point guard, then where is the hate coming from. In two years people will be up here changing their tune, just like people did about Derrick Rose. Rose can’t shoot, can’t pass well, but his talent allows him to improve just like Jennings will. Jennings only knock is taking bad shots, but overall I would rather him take them on the Bucks that those other players except Bogut. Also the Bogut thing is a wash, this dude finally steps up one year, the year Jennings got their now all of a sudden he is something of a giant. Come on folks. I feel Jennings should be higher, because projected for next year his numbers can be better from points with better shots, less three point attempts, rebounds, boxing out more and assists-which he is already naturally gifted at. I would take BJ over alot of guards in the NBA, to build my team around, if you can’t see him for how special he will be, Then maybe some of yall really don’t no bball, also shooting percentage ain’t everything, ask Micheal “AIR” Jordan. BOOK IT!!!

  • http://SLAMonline.com GotHandles?

    @ J… For one, Kobe wouldn’t have won those 2 titles without Pau and yes, comparing how one did with and without the other is related for sure. And i’m not disregarding Bogut’s importance, just saying that BJ is more important. They got to game 7 without Bogut. You think they get to a game 7 with Bogut and no BJ. DEFINITElY NOT.

  • Red

    Bogut & Jennings both suck imo. & according to some of the responses on this thread I realize Slam has hired idiotic writers :)

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    What happened to all the comments on this post? They just disappeared.

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    So weird. When I commented, I could only see six comments. Then when I posted my comment, I could see 36.

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    Scott Skiles is what got them into the playoffs people. Bogut didn’t know how to play defense before he got there. And Skiles managed to turn Brandon into a decent defender. Bogut (when healthy) > Brandon Jennings, but since as AllenP pointed out on Boguts page, he will be dealing with pain all season and will be limited.

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    The Seed
    Jennings shooting percentage is a byproduct of him taking bad shots (as you noted) and failing to get into the lane for buckets (as Bryan noted.)
    Both of those failings are bad signs for a point guard.
    Plus, he didn’t just shoot poorly because he sucks. He shot poorly because teams started hedging him on the high screen and roll and he attacked it poorly. Teams got more physical wiht him, and it threw off his rhythm.
    You can’t ignore that he shot 37 percent and had fewer than six assists and lost crunch time minutes to Ridnour because he had talent. Point blank, Derrick Rose would not have lost minutes to Ridnour. I don’t care how raw he was or who the coach was.

  • http://www.slamonline.com/ niQ

    ON the bright side, there’s NO way he can shoot that bad again…. right? I mean, his FG% can only go up from here right?

  • http://slamonline.com/ Ryne Nelson

    @Darksaber, I’m actually on jury duty as we speak! But all’s well at the Dome too. And the Notorious DNP’s been semi-active this summer, sir!

  • http://slamonline.com/ Ryne Nelson

    Haha, niQ. The only way to go is up!

  • T-Money

    Nobody can stop Brandon Jennings from getting to the lane but there’s no need: he can pretty much stop himself once he’s there. He shot 42% at the rim last year (hoopdata dot com). That’s ATROCIOUS. For comparison, Stephen Curry was at 58%, Nash at 66%. Dude can not finish to save his life. And those stats are available to all. Knowing that most teams use analysts now, it’s not a stretch to believe that teams are not fouling BJ in the lane on purpose. Just let him throw it up… and miss. Again. And again.

  • JTaylor21

    To be honest, BJ is kind of overrated; both the player and the you know. For someone to shoot freaking 37% is downright shameful, if not for that 55 point game, he’s numbers would be worse. Even AI NEVER EVER shot that low of a percentage and for a lesser talented PG to be playing during crunch time, just points to how overrated BJ is.

  • http://slamonline.com Bryan Crawford

    My problem with Brandon Jennings since Oak Hill was that he shot the ball entirely too much for a PG. I wouldn’t even call him streaky because more often than not, his shot is almost never on. As a perimeter basketball player, one of the first thing you should’ve been taught is if your shot isn’t falling, attack the rim. Get to the line and get yourself going that way. 37% shooting and losing minutes to a less talented player is indefensible. I like Brandon, he’s fun to watch, but he’s still got some work ahead of him. He’ll be OK, but like Allenp said, if he doesn’t figure that pick & roll out better, he’ll find himself in the same situation again in crunch time this season.

  • the nerve

    What it look like Crawford?
    luv dat motivational speech.
    makin progress.
    growin hair on ur chest? did it boost your self confidence?
    p.s. put some base in your voice when u say my name. lolololol

  • T-Money

    Actually, Jennings is an unspeakably bad shooter from all over the floor, this is not just about shot selection and taking it to the rim.
    At the rim: 42.
    less than 10 ft: 38.
    10-15: 30.
    16-23: 34.
    To be fair, his % from deep is not bad at all (37). What that tells me is that he can’t shoot off the bounce. That’s a problem. As niQ pointed out though, he can’t go anywhere but up. I don’t want Jennings to fail at all but he seems to be grossly overrated here. His production was marginal last year.

  • the nerve

    i remember when you tried to clown allen.
    now da past few dayz you been singing to him. u dont usually do dat. i still dont believe u u need more peeeooopppllle!!!

  • http://slamonline.com Bryan Crawford

    @the nerve: Yo, you made your point yesterday. Today, I acknowledged it and even gave you props for it. So if you wanna talk about “basketball” (which is all I’m discussing with cats from now on) and Brandon, we can do that. If not, K.I.M. There’s nothing more we need to discuss.

  • http://www.slamonline.com J

    @ Gothandles.. So Pau has more impact now than Kobe because the latter won’t win without the former? Just like Brandon now has more impact because Milwaukee didnt make it with only Bogut? Geez.. They didnt get beyond game 7 without Bogut, they will if he played. Yes Jennings will be more important soon. But to who has more impact last year its clearly Bogut. You think they get to the playoffs without Bogut? Definitely not.

  • the nerve

    aight cool. thought u was bein sarcastic. peace peace peace..

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  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    Where do you get those stats on percentages from different spots on the floor? I like those.

  • http://www.slamonline.com J

    @ B.C. maybe Brandon was thought the other.. that when your shots isn’t falling just shoot again or that when you’re a shooter don’t stop shooting. Meh.., peace with Jennings, i really like his game and i’m ready to be proven wrong by him.

  • http://slamonline.com Bryan Crawford

    @J: Word. And it’s his b’day today so no reason to harp on where he’s lacking. On to Z-Bo…

  • http://www.slamonline.com J

    oh i forgot about that, happy 21 brandon.

  • http://slamonline.com Ben Osborne

    Nice write-up, Adam. And Happy Birthday, Brandon!

  • d_bokk

    @J Jennings was used in the majority of crunch games, Skiles didn’t play him in that nationally televised game so a bunch of nitwits who suddenly think they “know” the Bucks and think that is what happened all the time. Jennings was the team’s clutch shooter at the end of more games than Ridnour, you have no idea what you’re talking about.

  • T-Money

    Allenp: hoopdata DOT com. It’s very cool stat. Especially to see what’s really real with midrange games.

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    I was going off watching Bucks games on league pass. I watched those games after Jennings had his big name, and I regularly saw Ridnour stealing minutes in the fourth from him. Honestly, Ridnour deserved those minutes because he was more effective doing what Skiles wanted him to do most times.
    Just for the record.

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    Thanks T-Money.
    That was a revealing stat about Jennings. In watching his game I was impressed with his floater, but I did think he missed too many bunnies with a defender on him. Looking at those numbers drives it home. Dude gets 3.5 shots at the rim, and only makes 1.5 of them. That’s a killer.
    And Tyreke really does live at the rim. Damn.

  • PlanetAsia14

    I like this spot. And without him being the distributor, I don’t think Bogut would have been nearly as good last season, or possibly even this upcoming season. And by the way, I love the Drake analogy, that’s definitely Jennings.

  • TrailBlazing&SportingLisbon

    what a big FAIL to this otherwise respectable list, you guys are jokers. Jennings is nº50 or out, ahead of Monta just to compare by position, its just stupid…oh wait, he averaged 15 and 5 on 37% SHOOTING!!! this is bullsh1t

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  • SpaceJam

    Jennings is an above average pg. Like AllenP said, if he figures it out he will be somewhere around 18 and 7-8 apg. Bogut does get some production of Jennings but He could get the same stats w/o him.

  • http://hibachi20.blogspot.com Moose

    Were you referencing Weezy or Drizzy??

  • http://www.slamonline.com J

    d_bokk.. It was a unanimous thing that everyone witnessed. Jennings is benched in a LOT of games during crunch time by Skiles. I’m pissed at some point to Skiles for doing that. How come you don’t know that if you really watched? You don’t know what you’re talking about kid.

  • http://www.need4sheed.com Tarzan Cooper

    Jennings has no business in the top 50. Maybe next year.

  • http://thephotoriot.com davidR

    this is a list to project performance for this coming year.

  • http://www.kb24.com The Seed

    I agree with your asessment, about the pick and rolls, but he a talented dude and will figure it out in due time. I just hope is sooner than later and he does take too many shots as a point guard, but really who else on his team do you want shooting, but him and Bogut get their act together I see a first round upset. BOOK IT!!

  • TrailBlazing&SportingLisbon

    DavidR, in projected performance only players on this list who he should be higher are Ray Ray and JohnWall..yet hes ahead of guys like Ellis, Bogut, Aldridge, etc…its ridiculous, and Im not the only one who thinks its a joke, kind of ruins the list

  • http://www.twitter.com/jtrain73 Jono

    Before he left for Rome, this dude slept on the floor of my mates dorm at Stanford. It was weird, I was thinking why does my friend have a random dude with funky hair in his dorm?! Now I realise that dude is Brandon Jennings! Should’ve gotten autographs then eh…

  • http://hoopistani.blogspot.com hoopistani

    way to high for him… no way Jennings is better than Bogut.
    Tyreke Evans better be ranked higher

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  • http://google c_cantrell

    huge bjennings fan.. absolutely love his game and dude is gna put up those stats quite a bit this year.. leading his team to the playoffs as a rookie is enough for me.. all-star this season? possible.. the skys the limit my man

  • TrailBlazing&SportingLisbon

    Jono,no one gives 2sh1ts

  • str8 from samoa

    jennings gona surprise alota ppl this season. he says he been workin hard in da gym so we gon see about that. bogut watch out man haha

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  • Abez

    How did Brandon Jennings even make the top 50 is my question?

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