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Back and forth we go! Brandon Jennings responded to Larry Sanders comments Back and forth we go between two former teammates. Apparently Brandon Jennings and Larry Sanders can’t agree on who shoots the ball too much or who’s a better big man. As the story goes, Jennings intentionally or not, tossed out a jab towards the Milwaukee Bucks by saying ““I haven’t been able to play with a guy who’s a post presence since Andrew Bogut, somebody you could throw it down to.” Of course Sanders fired back saying “He has to pass it to them first.” Which is pretty funny, but you could tell he took exception to the comments made by the former Bucks point guard. Well, Jennings tried to clear up what he said by essentially taking another jab at his former team. Jennings: “I wasn’t taking shots at Milwaukee but let’s be honest. I have 2 of the best young big men in the NBA. not gonna sugarcoat it.” — Vincent Goodwill (@vgoodwill) October 3, 2013 Jennings on Larry Sanders’ comments: “I had to. Me and Monta had to take those shots. For us to get to the 8th spot, we had to.” #Pistons — Vincent Goodwill (@vgoodwill) October 3, 2013 To end it, though, Jennings said: “But hey, they gave him (Sanders) $11 million.” — Vincent Goodwill (@vgoodwill) October 3, 2013 Your turn Sanders… The post Brandon Jennings fires back at Larry Sanders appeared first on Pass The Pill - Kings of Hoops.
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