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Flynn vs Jennings

Who you got? And why?


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Jennings- better ball

Jennings- better ball handler & passer, better size, quicker first step

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Hubie Brown

I haven't seen much of Jennings. But as a big-time Syracuse fan, Flynn is the real deal. I've been saying on this site since before the season started the Jonny would be the best point guard in college this year. He makes good decisions and shoots very well. He often tries to will his team to victory. He and Devendorf combined for one of college basketballs' best bask courts. I'll take Flynn because he's more experienced and we know how tough he is in the clutch.

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how' s

he more expreienced jennings played 1 year of PRO ball

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Flynn

I just like his leadership & all around game. You want your PG to be a leader & Flynn is. Jennings is something, but I don't think it's a leader - he seems much more the type to put himself before his team. To me, he's Marbury 2.0 in that he has so much promise, but will probably never live up to it. I could be wrong about him, but that's my impression & I don't think I'm alone in that.

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This is a hard decision

Jennings just played pro ball and Flynn is a great leader. Both players are athletic with hops, neither shoot all that well. Jennings is taller, but Flynn is stronger. I feel Jennings has more ability to create for others than Flynn. Long term Jennings 4 more upside. Safe pick seems to be Flynn. I think I am leaning with Flynn, but this is a tough one. I would like to see them go head to head in a workout.

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To me the Big East Tournament was better than the whole year overseas! Especially, since Jennings minus well have gone to college, because he proved nothing while being away from the states.

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Scout4real??? What do you

Scout4real??? What do you mean Flynn didn't shoot well???

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Head to head

They worked out head to head in Sacramento (right before Jennings rapped Rubio). From what I've heard, Flynn shot well & really impressed, while Jennings didn't do either.

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The last workout in

The last workout in Sacramento included Flynn, Jennings, & Holiday. Both Jennings & Flynn shot terrible. Flynn did the best in interviews. Jennings was the quickest with the ball in his hands. Holiday shot extremely well but was slow trying to defend the smaller quicker guards.

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He did not shoot the 3 that well all season. I'm not saying he can't shoot but him nor Jennings are known for or have displayed great shooting consistently.

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I would take Jennings. He is

I would take Jennings. He is a more gifted player, but I do like Jonny Flynn alot

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He shot the 3-ball

He shot the 3-ball adequately, even more impressive with under five mins to play. But I'll leave it at that. We all have opinions.

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He shot the 3-ball

He shot the 3-ball adequately, even more impressive with under five mins to play. But I'll leave it at that. We all have opinions.

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Exactly D hamp

Like I said I am leaning towards Flynn regardless. I do think Flynn will shoot it well in the league just is not known for it yet. Yes he is clutch 11 for 11 in that long game with Uconn from the line.

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Yeah, but he was also 11 for

Yeah, but he was also 11 for 27 from the field that game. Nice pass to Harris though in the second overtime to time the game up late.

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Jennings

More upside but Flynn if you want a pg more ready for NBA.

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Depends

A veteran team i'd pick B.J. cuz they'd keep him in line... A young team i'd pick Flynn cuz he's less of a risk and you know what ur getting ---

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Jennings

Umm Jennings in his interview where he rapped Rubio said he was surprised how well he shot, Don't know where some of you read he did not shoot well in the Sacramento work out. I rather have Flynn for his leadership and drive, where Jennings scares me for his Starbury attitude and running at the mouth to (shaquille) Hype a draft that don't need hype. Tho Jennings for pure talent is awesome.

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Toss Up

Picking between these two basically comes down to preference. If my team needed a PG and these two were our choices then I wouldn't be disapointed with either.
But I personally would take Jennings cuz of his swag and his hair cut in the McDonald's game haha.

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