AUBURN HILLS -- He wears No. 7, his name is Brandon and he's going to be the Pistons point guard.
Despite all of that, it isn't too likely that Pistons fans are going to 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.
"This is going to my first time playing with a frontcourt like this -- Andre Drummond, Greg Monroe and Josh Smith," he said. "That gives you a great veteran and two of the best young big guys in the game. That makes my job a lot easier -- we're going to be bringing Lob City to Detroit."
In Milwaukee, Jennings was known as a shoot-first, pass-later point guard. At times, he did that brilliantly -- he scored 55 points in a game as a rookie -- but he ended up being a volume shooter who scored because of the number of shots he took more than any particular efficiency.
Many players wo...