Friday, 24 December 2010
TOP 10 PLAYERS OF 2010: #9 BRANDON JENNINGS
He may have bean beaten to the punch by Tyreke Evans but Brandon Jennings was still a big hit this year. After avoiding age limits by getting some flavour in Europe, the revolutionary player came to the League a seasoned, mature Rookie. A point guard that looks like a shooting guard and can play like one two dominates the backcourt and that's what Brandon did. He teamed up with Bogut to take the Milwaukee Bucks from the bargain basement to the higher rollers. Savvy and street, raw and fresh Jennings went from potential to promise and from abroad to every home in America that tunes into ESPN. Even when he was left off the U.S. team he stayed at home and continued to hone his near damn perfect game. Just like he did in Europe when higher powers shut him out as a Rookie. Even with a rumoured sneaker dispute between Adidas and his Under Armour didn't faze the mature youngster. He protected this house. Now what's more loyal to the game then that. TIM DAVID HARVEY.