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i think hes gona be an all-star in three years.
at 1:53 it's sick
If Curry is not available, I def want NY to draft Jennings.
He does need to stop fading, falling back on his jumpshot when it is completely unnecessary. He is hurting his accuracy.
thats the only negative i see, along with his attitude,and i don't know if he will play to win and be a leader
the huge negative i see is that he doesn't run a team offense when he's not on the floor, Brandon Jennings like to play in an isolation offense. nothing in that who mix did he show he can run an actual offense.
this tape show's everything we know about him already, and the said thing is people fall in love with them. he hasn't shown the ability to run an actual offense, he may be alright in an up tempo offense but we all know up tempo offenses don't win championships, to win at the elite level, you need to be a team that runs a half court set.
anybody notice how Denver was so much better this year when they stopped the run and gun and started playing slower and running more plays.
Brandon Jennings may be the most overhyped(by the fans) prospect in this draft
he looks like this is an aau game, he has more flash to his game than Evans, and not in a good way.
I hate that natural fade away it is so unnecessary in most situations.
in the draft. hes young and hes gonna need a couple years to learn the game. we knew he likes to play one on one alot and be the man with the ball, his attitude, but if he gets on the right team , then he'll be alright.
what do you mean brandon Jennings is like any other player in the draft.
Maynor, Rubio, Flynn, Lawson, and Teague all ran actual offenses in college.
and I question his ability to learn his position at the pro level, considering he was too stupid to get into college(which is horrible for an athlete considering they get away with a lot)
^^ Right on!
Usually everyone on this site is rooting for Jennings.
where Jennings is riding pine or bricking 3s? He did a lot of both.
He's got good PR representation though. I'll give him that.
Jennings is a throwback to the PGs of the mid 90s/early 2000s...the guys people villify now (Iverson, Marbury, Francis, Baron) but were the most unguardable players in the L.
The things that really stood out to me were 1. How much quicker he was then everyone else on the floor, it looked like he was playing a JV team with how slow they looked. and 2. The fade on his jump shot, not necessary at all.
and i also recognized the way is crossover is used it isn't like the unnecessary crossovers used today it is effective at creating space and gettin to the hoop,and he is a little bit of a chucker
is gonna be then most exciting players to watch
Brandon Jennings will be a future all star. I dont see an atittude i see confidence in his abilities which all the great players have and because of that he will succeed. He just needs some work on his jumper and defense but other than that he is good.
I hate when ppl say it usually, but he actually is alot like Iverson. He is a better passer though, but he is a chucker