Brandon Jennings

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    Brandon Jennings expected to play in Russia for…

    [blurb-title player='Brandon Jennings' team='MIL' pos='G'] [blurb-fact]According to Misko Raznatovic, Brandon Jennings is expected to play in Russia for the 2018-19 season.[/blurb-fact] [blurb-opinion]Jennings agent broke the news on Twitter that his client his expected to play…

    Bucks waive Brandon Jennings

    [blurb-title player='Brandon Jennings' team='MIL' pos='G'] [blurb-fact]The Bucks have reportedly waived Brandon Jennings.[/blurb-fact] [blurb-opinion]Jennings came back to where it all started last season, suiting up in 14 late-season games and averaging 5.2 points and 3.1 assists…

    Brandon Jennings' contract guarantee date moved back to…

    [blurb-title player='Brandon Jennings' team='MIL' pos='G'] [blurb-fact]Brandon Jennings' contract guarantee date has been moved from July 1 to August 1.[/blurb-fact] [blurb-opinion]Jennings was under the impression that his contract was guaranteed as previously reported, but apparently the…

    Report: Bucks will not waive Brandon Jennings, making…

    [blurb-title player='Brandon Jennings' team='MIL' pos='G'] [blurb-fact]According to Marc Spears ESPN, the Bucks will not waive Brandon Jennings by the deadline today, therefore making his $2.2 million contract guaranteed for next season. [/blurb-fact] [blurb-opinion]This is great…

  • Malcolm Brogdon - PG/SG - Milwaukee Bucks

    Malcolm Brogdon stated that he remains on a minutes restriction but still expects to play a lot on Sunday vs. the Celtics.

    This is great news for the Bucks as they will need The President with Matthew Dellavedova (ankle) and Brandon Jennings (age) looking a little shaky.

    Source: Matt Velazquez on Twitter

  • Brandon Jennings - PG - Milwaukee Bucks

    Brandon Jennings scored seven points and added five assists in 19 minutes on Wednesday.

    Jennings joined the Bucks late in the year and played in 14 of the last 16 games of the campaign. He figures to be some bench depth for the postseason and will return to the team next season. He will definitely be a bench piece then and even still will struggle to have any fantasy relevance with his abysmal shooting percentage.

  • Brandon Jennings - PG - Milwaukee Bucks

    The Bucks signed Brandon Jennings to a multi-year contract on Sunday.

    This is great news for Jennings who has been out of the league for a while. However, it doesn't hold much fantasy appeal as he's still behind Eric Bledsoe in the rotation and the Bucks don't seem like they want to play the two of them next to each other. He's has a couple of good games but a good amount of bad ones as well. He's not worth owning in fantasy.


  • Brandon Jennings - PG - Milwaukee Bucks

    With Brandon Jennings' second 10-day deal expiring on Friday, the Bucks have agreed to sign him for the rest of the season.

    Jennings has shown that he can still put up numbers given the minutes but at around 15 per game and with a healthy Eric Bledsoe in town, he is not worth rostering in fantasy leagues.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Brandon Jennings - PG - Milwaukee Bucks

    Brandon Jennings picked up the slack for foul-plagued Eric Bledsoe in Friday’s win over the Bulls, scoring 16 points on 5-of-11 shooting with four rebounds, five assists, one steal, one block and two treys in 28 minutes off the bench.  

    Jennings is much too inconsistent for fantasy owners to truly rely on but if you’re truly desperate and in a very deep league you might squeeze some value out of him for however long Giannis Antetokounmpo (ankle, day-to-day) is out.   Bledsoe lasted just 20 minutes after three early fouls and finished with 13 points, four rebounds, four assists and a trey in the win.

  • Brandon Jennings - PG - Milwaukee Bucks

    Brandon Jennings will sign a second 10-day contract with the Bucks on Tuesday.

    Aside from a one game aberration Jennings has been a decent backup who plays 15-20 mpg. Only the deepest of leagues can actually utilize him so he can be safely ignored.

    Source: Marc J. Spears on Twitter

  • Brandon Jennings - PG - Milwaukee Bucks

    Brandon Jennings dominated on Monday, scoring 16 points on 5-of-9 shooting with three 3-pointers, eight rebounds and 12 assists.

    Jennings was spectacular off the bench for the Bucks in his first game since signing his 10-day contract. The Bucks are playing without Malcolm Brogdon and Jason Terry is just too old to be playing meaningful minutes in the NBA so it wouldn’t be surprising to see the Bucks turn to Jennings for the remainder of the season until Brogdon gets back. We won’t read too much into a game against the Grizzlies, who are actively tanking and on an 18-game losing streak, but he’s definitely a player you want to keep an eye on in deeper leagues.

  • Eric Bledsoe - PG - Milwaukee Bucks

    Eric Bledsoe only logged 24 minutes on Monday, but scored 14 points on 6-of-13 shooting with two 3-pointers, six rebounds, five assists and two steals.

    Bledsoe somehow managed to take the second-most shots on the team even though he played the least out of all the starters which is great news for fantasy owners. He’s a stat stuffer and his minutes were limited tonight due to the fact that the Bucks were steamrolling the Grizzlies and Brandon Jennings decided to play like it was 2009.

  • Brandon Jennings - PG - Milwaukee Bucks

    The Bucks are planning on signing Brandon Jennings to a 10-day deal.

    Jennings has come full circle, returning to the team that drafted him after bouncing around the NBA and heading to China for a stretch. He looked out of his depth as part of Washington’s abhorrent bench in last year’s postseason but the Bucks will take a gamble after he joined the Wisconsin Herd of the G-League upon the conclusion of his CBA stint. He averaged 21.4 points, 4.7 rebounds, 7.6 assists, 1.6 steals and 2.9 threes in 37.0 minutes per game across his seven G-League contests. Of course, he also shot .346 from the field. The Bucks need to create a spot to bring Jennings aboard and he’s not likely to do much of anything in his time with the big club, so fantasy owners don’t need to do much of anything.

    Source: Marc J. Spears on Twitter