Jan 14, 2015; Auburn Hills, MI, USA; Detroit Pistons guardBrandon Jennings
(7) passes the ball during the first quarter against the New Orleans Pelicans at The Palace of Auburn Hills. Mandatory Credit: Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports
Although many have grown to dislike Brandon Jennings, the kid has exceptional potential. He’s played on awful teams in the East, and in effect, he’s played sloppy. With good players and coaches around him, there’s no doubt Jennings would be a star. The point guard is shooting 36 percent from three while averaging 15.4 PPG. and 6.6 APG.
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Only receiving $8 million a year, Jennings is more than capable of removing weight from Harden on the offensive end and creating on his own. The Pistons have already voiced their desire of bringing back Reggie Jackson so there is a high possibility the team would like to remove Jennings from the roster before he becomes a free agent next summer.
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