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Brandon Jennings is very good at creating his own shot. Despite his small stature and middling athleticism, Jennings has a really pronounced step-back move that allows him to get off his lefty jumper almost any time.
Jennings also possesses a good first step, and he's a pretty decent distributor once he's moving towards the rim. He's streaky, but when Jennings catches fire, he can change a game completely.
Anyone betting on Jennings is hoping he improves with time.
The primary problem with Jennings is his inefficiency. For his career, he's a below 40 percent shooter from the field, and he has the ball in his hands a ton. Part of that may have to do with the teammates he's played with, but it's not unreasonable to suggest that Jennings has an inflated sense of self-worth that keeps him from being a good point guard.
If he didn't have the style and flair that he does, would we really care much about him? He's probably not a top-20 point guard in the league right now, and he may never develop into one.