The Pistons said Jennings would undergo further evaluation after the guard needed help getting to the locker room.
Detroit Pistons PG Brandon Jennings has been fined $15,000 by the NBA for an obscene gesture he made during Monday’s 114-111 win in Toronto.
Detroit had just lost to Atlanta when a last-second 3-pointer missed the mark, but Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy noticed something unusual about the home crowd’s reaction.
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I know your team was losing but how do you fall asleep during a sporting event?
Detroit Pistons president and coach Stan Van Gundy can either choose to let this season go down as a lost year, hope to get a good draft pick and make all of his moves in the summer, or try to improve his team now.
This week the Pistons played a two-game home stand at The Palace against a pair of teams that missed the playoffs last season.
Jennings had begun to develop sort of a signature move now in the NBA — the fake behind-the-back pass, as he has made more than one defender look silly on that play.
In light of Metta World Peace aka Ron Artest aka The Panda’s Friend announcing that he is playing in China next season, let’s take a look at other notable players who have taken their talents overseas.
Will Jennings improve this season?
By now every Pistons fan has come across the ESPN story from last week reporting that the Pistons have reopened trade talks with the Kings to send Josh Smith to Sacramento for next to nothing.