Found July 09, 2013 on BlackSportsOnline:
Brandon Jennings is a restricted free agent, and looking for max dollars. The Racine Journal-Times is reporting that Jennings wants upwards of $12 million per season, and that the Bucks’ are contemplating giving it to him. Jennings demanding $12M a season; Bucks starting to cave and are offering just over $11M. — Gery Woelfel (@GeryWoelfel) July 8, 2013 The $11 million the Bucks’ are comfortable giving Jennings, falls in line with the raises top-tier point guards get coming off their rookie deal. Stephen Curry got $11 million, and Ty Lawson $12 million.  Jennings is not better than either player, so if he can convince Milwaukee to pay him such, more power to Jennings.
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