Terrence Jennings’ Rookie Season Comes To An End In Belgium

Former Card Terrence Jennings’ rookie season as a professional has come to an end. Jennings spent this past season with Belgacom Liège of Belgium’s top professional league. In 31 games for Liege, Jennings played 24.2 minutes per contest, averaging 8.2 points, 5.4 rebounds, and 1.5 blocks per game. Liege finished 11-21 on the season, putting them in second to last place in the league...
Via The Cardinal Connect
June 05, 2012  |  Discuss

Terrence Jennings’ Pro Career Off To A Slow Start

  In two games with Belgacom Liege, Terrence Jennings is averaging 8 points and 4 rebounds. Belgacom is 0-2 and has lost both games by double digits. Jennings is averaging 19 minutes per game, off the bench. I think its safe to say that Jennings would likely be playing behind Gorgui Dieng this season, but having him around sure would help Louisville’s front-court depth. Just one...
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October 17, 2011  |  Discuss

Terrence Jennings Still Looking For Pro Contract

Since signing with agent Eddie Lau, Terrence Jennings has been working out with trainer Jason Curry of Big Apple Basketball at Baruch College in New York City. According to Lau, Jennings is currently working out for professional teams in hopes to receive a contract offer overseas. Say what you want about T.J., but losing him could end up being pretty significant. I am confident...
Via The Cardinal Connect
July 25, 2011  |  Discuss

Not Looking Good For Terrence Jennings

When Terrence Jennings signed with agent Eddie Lau in early May, I honestly wasn’t that surprised. Although Jennings’s performance last year wasn’t anything close to NBA ready, him deciding to go pro made sense to me for a couple of different reasons. For one, it looked like he had a much better chance at getting drafted this year than he does next. There were a number of pro-prospects...
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June 20, 2011  |  Discuss

Terrence Jennings decides he’s ready

Must be something about the atmosphere around the tryouts.Terrence Jennings, like Samardo Samuels before him, has hired an agent, going to give it a go in the NBA, regardless of how anyone else feels about his chances of making it. Done hired an agent. No turning back now.Probably got caught up in the hoopla, the agents lining up to sign him, the players around him all gung ho to...
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May 03, 2011  |  Discuss

What’s up with Terrence Jennings?

Mountain of a man.Big 6-foot-10, 230-pound Terrence Jennings, probably the best blocker in college basketball today, with 24 on his stat sheet after nine games. No one is more impressive it comes to blocking shots.He also happens to be a good at dunking the ball.  But only when he’s not challenged.Next to non-existent in other key phases of the game. Anyone seen a worse hook shot...
Via Louisville Card Game
December 17, 2010  |  Discuss

Louisville's Smith, Jennings face charges for (maybe) fighting cops

Saturday night, putative Louisville starters Terrence Jennings and Jerry Smith were arrested for resisting arrest. There were no other charges listed, but surely they had to be doing something illegal before they were arrested, and thus resisting arrest, else how could they have been resisting in the first place, right? See what I mean? Welp, I can stop with the little rhetorical...
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October 14, 2009  |  Discuss

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