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Not hitting his shots, obviously. Just not in rhythm. Doesn't trust himself. It'll take some time.
LUKE23 wrote:Jennings has given up on this team. **** him. Scrap the entire backcourt. One has no heart and the other has no brain. Yellow brick road these **** out of here.
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Starks1994 wrote:What has happened to him this season. When I drafted him during my fantasy draft I pegged him as a sleeper. Is he hurt?
No you got him right....he is a "sleeper" alright...
We are trying to wake his a-- up! LOL His game is broke. He cost Jennings and Monta about 5 assists on easy baskets tonight to get him going.
He should be averaging 15-20ppg on this team ....easily with his contract and with Jennings and Ellis running with him!
They have to play him so he is guaranteed 30-35 minutes pretty much because he does rebound atleast and plays hard I guess. He can basically stumble on 15-20 pts a game on a bad night if his head and heart is screwed on right.
In my opinion there are no excuses. I have a short leash with him. It's all right there, what more does he want or need? Big time bust so far. Perhaps biggest one in NBA imo with how well this backcourt can create shots for him in schematic flow of this offense.
There is no ballhog taking his touches and stopping the ball that flows freely. He touches it every time down the floor and is playing with two great playmakers who can screen and roll and draw and kick... I mean, come on now! He has it made.
What more can a stretch 4 want?
He has not changed or added nothing to his game offensively. Maybe this is who he is because it has got to his head now. And if that is the case you can't factor that in. The Bucks would be better off playing John Henson.
Mbah a Moute should be licking his chops to get back here. If he has added anything to his game offensively this team can be good...
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I have no doubt he'll get it going again. He's just having a really slow start to the season. The effort is there, but his shots aren't dropping and his confidence is shaken. It's still really early guys. Give it time.
Can't wait to see the transformation in MCW's game under Kidd's tutelage in Milwaukee. I really think he's landed in a perfect situation in Milwaukee and is going to surprise a lot of people. Time will tell.