Detroit star point guard Brandon Jennings left last night's game against the Bucks after suffering what appeared to be a painful third-quarter ankle injury. Woj is now reporting the Pistons fear Jennings suffered a torn Achilles tendon and that his season is over.
Brandon Jennings's floater is a gorgeous, arcing, wisp of a shot; it darts just through and over a mess of limbs on its way up before dropping clean through the net, occasionally flying high enough to kiss off the top of the glass before coming back down. It's a perfect shot. There's nothing exactly like it in the…
During last night's game against the Mavericks, Pistons point guard Brandon Jennings spazzed out in a way that would make even Andrea Bargnani cringe:
Reasons to believe Brandon Jennings is indeed offering some molly to Nick Young:
Yesterday, Yahoo's Adrian Wojnarowski broke the news that the Detroit Pistons had fired head coach Mo Cheeks. But Woj didn't just break the news to the NBA fans of the world, he also broke it to at least two Pistons players.
The fact that J.R. Smith's little brother occupies a spot on the Knicks' roster is and always will be a sad joke. This truth is not lost on Pistons point guard Brandon Jennings, who last night sent a since-deleted tweet expressing incredulity at the existence of Chris Smith's NBA career.
Woj's latest scoop is a pretty big one: Brandon Jennings is headed to Detroit in a sign-and-trade that will send Brandon Knight, Khris Middleton, and Slava Kravstov to the Bucks. Jennings and the Pistons are reportedly finalizing a three-year, $24 million deal.
If there was one thing that my high school science teachers taught me, it was that I should immediately lose any delusions about ever becoming a doctor, or doing anything related to memorization or numbers or earth science ever—and I thank them for that. But I think somewhere along the way, I did learn that the earth…
Under Armour has unleashed a new marketing campaign based around the idea that they're a "Change Agent" in the world of sports gear. The company even released a spoken-word promotional video that includes the sentence "Welcome to the revolution." It does a good job of subliminally positioning Under Armour as the…
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In sports, everybody is a winner—some people just win better than others. Like Peyton Manning, who won the weekend when it was gift-wrapped with a pretty bow and handed to him by Bill Belichick.
Jeremy Tyler left high school to play professionally in the Holy Land, where the plan was to do a credible Kevin Garnett impression and expose the folly of the minimum-age rule. The plan was not to play like Oliver Miller.
Any day now, the NBA will teach Brandon Jennings to be studiedly bland and tactful. Until then, let's enjoy the glorious insolence of a 19-year-old rookie who says what we've all thought at one time or another: "Fuck the Knicks."
10. Brandon Jennings, Compton via Italy. Forget all the hating, Jennings can play. The Bucks get him at a great spot, although they don't have a whole lot of talent surrounding him.