The Pistons are brutally awful to the point they’re defending against opposition that isn’t even there. Case in point was last night during a game against the Dallas Mavericks where point guard Brandon Jennings received the ball down low while all alone in the paint. However instead of an easy layup Jennings proceeded with a pump-fake, dribble and fadeaway jumper that went in...
During Pistons vs. Mavericks, point guard Brandon Jennings passes up a lay-up to dribble back out and shoot a jumper… Jennings is shooting 36% from the field this season mind you.
After the game, BJ took to Twitter to explain what happened:
I didn't think I was open. Thought Monta was behind me. O! My bad! It happens
— BRANDON JENNINGS (@BrandonJennings) December 18, 2014
Lost in the discussion of the high-profile suckfests in Los Angeles, New York City and Philadelphia is another storied NBA franchise going through some growing pains: the Detroit Pistons. Stan Van Gundy’s crew is now 5-21 after losing to the Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday, thanks in small part to Brandon Jennings and the idea that
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Brandon Jennings is a shoot first, shoot second, fake pass shoot third type point guard. You don’t ever have to him to put it up. And really, he doesn’t even do it well (37% as of Wednesday). For some unknown reason (he wrongly sensed a defender in the lane), Jennings passed up a wide open lay-up Wednesday against the Mavericks.
He made a nice backdoor cut to get open...
Its been that kind of year so far for the Detroit Pistons. Instead of shooting a wide-open layup Wednesday night against the Dallas Mavericks, Brandon Jennings decided to make a little more difficult. Watch as Jennings bricks what should have been an easy bucket. No wonder the Pistons are a lousy 5-and-20. [Vine]
The post Brandon Jennings Turns Down Easy Layup To Brick Turnaround...
On Monday, Howard Beck of Bleacher Report noted that Detroit Pistons knuckleheads Brandon Jennings and Josh Smith are both available for trade:
New Pistons president Stan Van Gundy needs to trade one or both of these guys if he wants to preserve the sanity of new Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy. Both are firmly on the block, per rival executives.
Personally, I believe Josh Smith can...
This play pretty much sums up the Pistons and Jennings career clueless clip. Brandon Jennings is a career 38% shooter from the field, and is shooting a career low 36% from the field this season.
That statistic didn’t stop Jennings from passing up an easy dunk or left-handed lay-up, to throw up this ugly-looking off balanced brick.
The Pistons bench was even in awe of Jennings...
After watching many games over the years, I’ve personally thought that I’ve seen it all. That was until Detroit Pistons Brandon Jennings did something strange during tonight’s Mavericks-Pistons game.
In the third quarter, it appeared that Jennings had a wide-open lay-up but for some reason decided to step-back and take a jump shot:
Brandon Jennings being Brandon Jennings...
I am not sure Brandon Jennings is the best person to give out dating advice, but I digress. A stripper was upset a guy ran out on a $700 bill and that got Jennings to tweeting.
700 for a date. That's funny lol
— BRANDON JENNINGS (@BrandonJennings) December 10, 2014
Yall gotta stop taking out girls because they got 50k-100k followers. They just as broke. Lol
— BRANDON JENNINGS...