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Milwaukee Bucks (9-9) vs. Brooklyn Nets (11-7) 6 p.m. Brandon Jennings has not always been quiet in his career. His career started a year early as he and Sonny Vaccaro launched an aggressive and surprising move to go to Italy instead of play the obligatory year in college. Jennings' gunner style did not quite fit Euroleague and it caused him to slip in the Draft some. A good rookie year followed by an inconsistent sophomore year left him without a contract extension this offseason and entering a contract year. Jennings has changed from those early days though and he is playing a much different game now. It is much more measured now. But Jennings can still gun when he needs to and has had some solid performances so far this season. His scoring numbers are down (although he is shooting the ball better than he did last year) but his assist rate is better than 28 percent, his best since his rookie season. More importantly, the Bucks are playing surprisingly well at...
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