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jennings and derozan

jaani
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jennings and derozan

these guys have been playing together since grade 7
wat do u think of their game


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Talented but need to develop

Both Jennings and Derozan are talented, athletic, and flashy. But in the Nba they need to have a consistent jumper. Both of these players need to develop more until they go to the NBA even though they are both a lock on for the 2009 draft.

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Talented but need to develop

Both Jennings and Derozan are talented, athletic, and flashy. But in the Nba they need to have a consistent jumper. Both of these players need to develop more until they go to the NBA even though they are both a lock on for the 2009 draft.

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Talented but need to develop

Both Jennings and Derozan are talented, athletic, and flashy. But in the Nba they need to have a consistent jumper. Both of these players need to develop more until they go to the NBA even though they are both a lock on for the 2009 draft.

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Both these players are very hard to figure out. Both have very, very high ceilings. They also have decent bust potential. Lets take a look at DeRozan first. DeRozan can end up a player somewhere between Gerald Green and Vince Carter. I think they are the floor and ceiling for him. He is a nice sized wing at 6'6 and 210. He has struggled, but is blessed with god-given NBA athleticism and has a nice looking stroke on his jumper. If he can show more motivation and look like he actually is trying out there, he may turn out to be a stud. As for Jennings, he is a player who is similar to DeRozan, in the fact that he has a high ceilings but a low floor. Jennings is a very good playmaker, but I do not know if he will ever play under control enough to become a star in the league. I think going to Europe could have helped him a lot in this aspect, as he quickly realized he wasn't the only one on the team anymore. I think he will end up somewhere between Sebastian Telfair and Stephon Marbury, hopefully minus the problems. If he plays outa control and turns it over a lot, I think he can still be like a Telfair, thanks to just his quickness, speed, and ball-handling ability. If he continues to improve, I think he can be like a Stephon Marbury, before he had all his problems and what not. Like the T'Wolves Marbury. What do you guys think? I think both can flourish be all stars but both can flop and be warming the bench much of their career. Both have very high ceilings and low floors with DeRozan, I believe, even having the higher ceiling than Jennings.

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they are both high risk high reward Derozan wont have the immediate impact Mayo did but he is extremely athletic but he's averagin 13 points and 5 rebounds per ,hardly stellar numbers considering hes playing in a weak conference. Jennings is only averaging 8 ppg playing against scrubs in italy these stats combined with off the court problems are warning signs and i think drafting jennings in the lottery is a mistake, they both have potential and given time and if they get non-bball issues out of the way thyell be players

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