Milwaukee Bucks guard Brandon Jennings is scheduled to be a restricted free agent this off-season. Meaning that he could sign an offer sheet with another team and the Bucks would have an opportunity to match that offer. It was assumed that Jennings wanted to play elsewhere next season after turning down a 4-year, $40 [...]
Brandon Jennings is starting sway back and forth like a palm tree.
For the past few months, Jennings has been throwing subtle hints through the media that he was looking to escape Milwaukee. He turned down a 4-year $40 million contract extension from the Bucks, said that he wants to play for a contender and has voiced his displeasure with coaching decisions on more than one occasion...
If you thought Brandon Jennings would retract his “win in 6″ prediction after the Bucks went down 0-2 in their first-round series against the Heat, you were wrong. The Milwaukee point guard is as confident as ever, saying his team has showed a lot of improvement throughout the series and they’ll still win the series in six games but it “might take a little longer.”
Not surprisingly, the Milwaukee Bucks find themselves down 2-0 to the Miami Heat in the first round of the NBA playoffs. While almost everyone on the outside picked the Heat to win this series, Brandon Jennings of the Bucks created some news when he predicted the Bucks would win in 6.
While from my point of view I had no problem with the statements, many laughed heartily...
Brandon Jennings and the Milwaukee Bucks are starting to feel the heat (no pun intended) after the point guard made a guarantee some would label absurd.
Prior to the 23-point mauling at the hands of the Miami Heat in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference first round match up on Sunday, Jennings, said that he saw his team disposing of the reigning champs in six games.
Source: Palm Beach Post / ESPN
Brandon Jennings was speaking at an awards ceremony on Thursday for his work in community outreach programs and made a bold prediction about the eighth-seeded Bucks’ first round playoff series with the Heat.
“I’m real confident… I’m sure everybody is writing us off but I see us winning the series in six…. there’s no pressure on us...
The Milwaukee Bucks Twitter account relayed the news that point guard Brandon Jennings believes the team will upset the Miami Heat in six games.
Brandon Jennings has made it quite clear the last few months that he isn’t really happy playing in Milwaukee. That follows the pattern for many high-profile players that have played with the Bucks, going all the way back to some guy named Lew Alcindor. Jennings frustrations continued last night after he disagreed with head coach Jim Boylan calling a timeout with 29 seconds left...
Brandon Jennings likes to keep people guessing. With his impending restricted free agent status looming this summer, Brandon hasn’t been shy in declaring himself a franchise changing player. Jennings comments this season have gone from one end of the spectrum to the other. From professing his desire to play in a bigger market, to recently stating that there weren’t any All-Stars...
Brandon Jennings is frustrated with the Milwaukee Bucks.
Jennings was shut down in the second-half of Wednesday’s 100-92 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers. Jennings said that he is over it.
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