Brandon Jennings Is Slowly Carving a Name of His Own

December 10th, 2009 by Jamaal Anderson Leave a reply »
It took 10 months in Rome, then 10 picks during the draft until Brandon Jennings arrived in the NBA. Yet miraculously, it took less than 10 games for Jennings to score 55 points and set himself apart as one of the best point guards and rookies in the league

Jennings, a small point guard, standing 6'1" and 169 pounds, is generally the youngest and smallest player on the court. Yet, when taking into account his size, Jennings makes up for it with the size of his skill.

Coming into this season, Bucks fans were dreading seeing the record, as the Bucks came in with almost no upgrade from last season, save a rookie who averaged a measly 6 points per game in Rome. How would he fare in this league?

No one, not even the experts, could have predicted the Bucks would be over .500 and Jennings would be playing as well as he's been. After Jennings' jaw-dropping 55 point effort in only his seventh game, he received much love and congratulations from fellow point guards Steve Nash and Baron Davis, neither of whom have ever scored what Jennings managed to put up.

A couple of days ago, while discussing and arguing basketball with my friends, we att ...

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