john wall or brandon jennings
who would you pick if u r a gm
jennings or wall and lets say they both are entering at the same year
i think he means if they where entering at the same time
Yeah, that was a bit of overreacting.. I would take Wall.
Wall... hands down... You can't be serious with this.......
Jennings will be good(I hope) 20+8 guy somedayg maybe, but Wall is another rose/pg version of wade , becoming allstar, i think he is better , he could be over Rubio and Jennings is just #2 PG if RUbio declare this year
are you guys serious right now? Wall over Jennings? First off, Jennings is playing professionaly in Italy and doing better than what you are seeing. Second off, Jennings is a true point guard, and can score by more than just getting to the rack, like shooting. Third, Wall no offense to him but he reclassified and is a 5th year senior, if Jennings reclassified and was moved to the class of 2009, how do you think he would have done this year?? Where was wall in 2008?
These players are also very different, Wall is a very explosive athlete while Jennings is very smooth, and can create in a variety of ways while getting his teammates involved and ultimately getting the win. Lets not forget Jennings getting the OT win over duncanville (had a d1 lineup), practically on his own during his senior year.
John Wall. Why ? Two more inches and more explosive. Jumpshot needs work but he has good form and he we will improve in that area. John Wall hands down.
wall is another overrated prospect. Jennings would eat him alive! now jennings wouldnt be able to stop wall either but hey one on one defense is a lost art.
Stop smoking whatever it is you smoking. John Wall is a once in a lifetime player. Brandon Jennings can play as well, but Wall has more upside, so to say that he would eat him alive is beyond stupid.
I am a HUGE Jennings guy...but Wall looks like Derrick Rose all over again. Jennings isnt like any player in the NBA,but his future is looking like it could be like SebaSTIAN Telfair's,one with too much hype and not close to enough production.