Jennings: ‘I have to change’ My Game
With Detroit, (Brandon) Jennings sees an opportunity. On paper, the Pistons are a playoff team. They have a young, frighteningly talented power forward-center combination in Andre Drummond and Greg Monroe. They added Smith, who has All-Star skills that new coach Mo Cheeks will try to harness. They have rookie Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, one of the best shooters in the 2013 draft. They have depth in the recently re-signed Billups, Rodney Stuckey, Jonas Jerebko and Charlie Villanueva.
Here, Jennings sees potential. He knows he has to change his game. The chucker who launched ill-advised shots from all over the floor needs to stay in Milwaukee.
“There is no doubt I have to change,” Jennings said. “There are so many good pieces around me, I have to do what is best for the team. I still have to be me, but I’ll tweak some things in my game. I know here that I am not going to have to force up so many shots. We have legitimate post presences in Drummond and Monroe. That’s going to be a big help.”