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To be honest, I had no idea the direction I was going to go with this as of Tuesday afternoon.
But luckily Brandon Jennings opened his mouth at his introductory press conference in Detroit.
Athletes are in a tough spot in a setting like an introductory press conference, as everyone in the new city is expecting to walk away impressed. Jennings talked a big game in his new digs Tuesday, dropping a couple of lines sure to make all Milwaukee Bucks fans shake their heads and laugh.
"The things I was doing in Milwaukee, I won't have to do here," Jennings said. "(Like) take all those bad shots, because we have so many pieces."
He won't have to take all those bad shots? So, somebody was forcing Jennings to take those 20-foot fade-away two-pointers with 20 second on the shot clock? Sure, Jennings sometimes had to bail the Bucks out late in the shot clock, but the majority of the shots labeled "bad" came on his own.
Jennings was confident in sayin...
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The Detroit Pistons point guard Brandon Jennings is known for making outrageous promises that he knows he can’t keep.
Jennings faced the media on Tuesday with Pistons GM Joe Dumars to discuss his new lease on life now that he has a massive front court to work with.
Jennings vowed to upgrade his game while bring the flash and bang of the Clippers to Detroit.
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It seemed as if the Detroit Pistons filled their glaring void at point guard when they acquired Brandon Jennings last week via sign-and-trade; but, were other intentions in mind?
According to The Boston Globe, the Detroit Pistons could use Brandon Jennings as a ‘trade chip’ to acquire Rajon Rondo. There has been been an absurd...
AUBURN HILLS -- He wears No. 7, his name is Brandon and he's going to be the Pistons point guard.
Despite all of that, Pistons fans won't fail to notice that Brandon Jennings is now running the show instead of Brandon Knight.
Jennings was introduced to the Detroit media Tuesday, and made it clear that he thinks his talents will fit right into the new-look Pistons roster...
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Well, it’s finally here. The NBA released the full 2013-14 schedule yesterday and now it’s time to breakdown what the Detroit Pistons will have in front of them.
First and foremost, the Detroit Pistons will open up the regular season at home against the Washington Wizards on Oct. 30. Detroit will also have four nationally televised...
New Pistons point guard Brandon Jennings made quite a few proclamations upon his introduction to Detroit vowing to be a different player chief among them.
Jennings signed a three-year $24 million deal courtesy of a sign-and-trade with his former team the Milwaukee Bucks as the Pistons traded away the most recent “point guard of the future” Brandon Knight.
It’s not that Jennings...
Brandon Jennings is loving life as a Piston right now, but what happens if he doesn’t start?
Joe Dumars isn’t sure who will start at point guard for the Detroit Pistons this season, but according to MLive, Dumars says every guard on the teams has told him that they plan on starting.
“So did Will Bynum, so did Peyton Siva, so did Brandon Jennings. They all told me that when...
According to Pistons GM, Joe Dumars, the Pistons starting point guard job is up for grabs and not guaranteed to anybody, including recently acquired Brandon Jennings. In an interview with Brendan Savage of MLive, Dumars said that the decision is up to head coach, Maurice Cheeks, who says he’s giving it to whoever “earns it.”
In fact, when Billups signed in Detroit, he said...
Come this season in Detroit, we will find out if Brandon Jennings is a man of his word or a Chris Paul doppelganger.
Since joining the Pistons in a point-guard sign-and-trade swap that sent Brandon Knight to the Milwaukee Bucks last week, Jennings has gone on record to say that running with a front-line of Andre Drummond, Greg Monroe and freshly signed free agent Josh Smith reminds...
Joe Dumars isn't sure who will start at point guard for the Detroit Pistons this season.
Brandon Jennings is assumed to have the inside track, but will compete with Chauncey Billups and Peyton Siva.
Billups said he was returning to the Pistons to be their starter at point guard.
"So did Will Bynum, so did Peyton Siva, so did Brandon Jennings. They all told me that when they...
Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE/Getty According to a report from Brett Pollakoff of the Pro Basketball Talk blog on NBCSports.com, the Detroit Pistons still have intentions on making a splash even after acquiring athletic point guard Brandon Jennings. It has been reported that the team still has interest in acquiring Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo. This is according to Gary Washburn...