Found April 24, 2013 on TheProBasketballTalk:
We all heard the ridiculous prediction by Brandon Jennings that the sub .500 ball club that is the Milwaukee Bucks would unseat the defending NBA champions in six games.  Dwyane Wade had a hilarious gif of a reaction to hearing this claim: Youtube I have no problem talking a big game but you have to step up your play to match your trash but you can't put up 8 points in 41 minutes. Any who, this series is done. As Dwyane Wade's gif suggests.  Brandon Jennings  41min, 3-15 fg, 0-7 3pt, 2-4 ft,  3 rebs, 5asts,  2stls,  2 to's, 1 foul (-15) 8 points
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