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The Bucks have been fairly successful in adding shooters to the team. Last season Jennings would have had much higher assist totals if there was a single person on the team who could consistently hit a jumper.
Bringing in Stephen Jackson, Beno Udrih, and Mike Dunleavy should give the Bucks some consistency when hitting jump shots.
Now Jennings should be able to drive the ball to the rim, draw the double, and kick out to a shooter on the wing. While his assist numbers will not go through the roof this season, he should be able to increase his overall per game average.
For his actual scoring, we are likely to see much of the same. I think his shot selection and FG percent should rise, but he disappears at times from the game. He is not a consistent scorer, but rather a very streaky player.
If he his able to bring some of that consistency, he could push his points per game upwards of 20. However, we have not seen the evidence quite yet that this is the case.
Still, 17 points and seven assists per game would have to be considered a success for the young Buck's point guard.