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Brandon Jennings | Guard

Team: Detroit Pistons
Age / DOB:  (25) / 9/23/1989
Ht / Wt:  6'1' / 169
College: Oak Hill Academy
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Pistons strength and conditioning coach Arnie Kander "speculates" that Brandon Jennings (Achilles) could resume playing by August.
He arrived at Tuesday's draft lottery without a protective boot and all signs point to him being ready for training camp, though it's not guaranteed. Detroit could ease Jennings back into the mix if they retain Reggie Jackson as a restricted free agent, and both players' fantasy values are tethered to Detroit's offseason moves. May 19 - 7:38 PM

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Brandon Jennings posted a video to his Twitter account on Friday showing him getting up some flat-footed jumpers.

Baby steps. Jennings completely tore his Achilles during the 2014-15 season, but he continues to make steady progress, and he's hopeful to be ready by training camp next season. It'll be very interesting to see how Reggie Jackson's restricted free agency pans out, but if he is retained by Detroit, Jennings could be looking at a timeshare at the point guard position. He'll make for a very risky selection during next year's drafts coming off a severe injury.
May 1 - 1:36 PM

Brandon Jennings (Achilles) will be cleared to begin weight training on Friday.

This is a small step in what will be a long recovery for Jennings. Hopefully he's ready to go by next year's training camp, and we'll continue to track his progress closely. If Detroit is able to retain Reggie Jackson this offseason, it'll be interesting to see if he and Jennings can play together.
Mar 13 - 10:40 AM

Brandon Jennings (Achilles) is reportedly three weeks ahead of schedule in his rehab.

There is obviously no chance for him to return to action this season, but this is a good sign that he will be ready in time for training camp next season. We will continue to track Jennings' progress every step of the way, and it will be interesting to see what direction the Pistons go this summer now that Reggie Jackson is in town.
Mar 8 - 5:46 PM

Brandon Jennings (Achilles) said that he will be out of his walking boot in six to eight weeks and that he believes he could play again in as little as five months.

"I have to have this boot on for the next six weeks, eight weeks and then hopefully will be the first time I'll be able to take a step with my foot," Jennings said on Tuesday. "I'll be with Arnie every day, one of the best trainers in the league. If you ask Arnie, he's thinking five months, 4½ months, but I'm just going to take my time. This is one of the biggest injuries I've ever had, so I have to make sure I come back 100 percent." While Jennings is obviously out for the rest of the season, this report would indicate that Jennings should definitely be ready to play during training camp. We will continue to track Jennings' recovery every step of the way, and in the meantime D.J. Augustin will carry the load at point guard for the Pistons for the remainder of the season.
Source: NBA.com
Feb 4 - 9:08 AM

Brandon Jennings tweeted that he had a successful surgery on his left Achilles on Monday.

Jennings' tweet included a photograph of him in a hospital bed and a few words thanking fans for their love and support. The 25-year-old can be dropped in standard fantasy leagues as he'll miss the rest of the 2014-15 season, while D.J. Augustin now becomes a must-own player.
Jan 27 - 10:02 AM

Brandon Jennings will miss the remainder of the season with a full tear of his left Achilles.

This is a tough blow for the Pistons, and we wish Jennings a speedy recovery. Typically these types of injuries take 7-12 months for a complete recovery, and that's just talking about returning to the court. D.J. Augustin becomes a must-own guy with Jennings unavailable for the rest of the season, and Spencer Dinwiddie will also enter the rotation as the primary reserve off the bench. If Augustin is sitting on your waiver wire, go grab him now as he owns averages of 13.3 points, 6.3 assists, and 1.3 three-pointers as a starter for Detroit.
Jan 25 - 2:33 PM

There is a "strong belief" within the Pistons that Brandon Jennings tore his left Achilles on Saturday, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports.

Sadly, all signs support this claim. Jennings was in agonizing pain at the time of the injury and couldn't put any weight on his leg. Those who have torn their Achilles before have mentioned it felt like being drilled with a baseball in their lower leg, which seemed to be the case for Jennings. The Pistons will conduct an MRI to confirm the damage, but fantasy owners in all re-draft leagues should consider Jennings out for the season. D.J. Augustin is expected to start and is worth owning in all standard leagues. Spencer Dinwiddie will also get more run.
Jan 25 - 1:24 AM

Coach Stan Van Gundy said Brandon Jennings' foot injury "doesn't look good" and he will be out for the foreseeable future.

The Pistons will give him an MRI in the coming days to confirm the diagnosis. Looking at the circumstantial evidence, Jennings is likely out for the season with an Achilles tear. To be clear, that is still just an educated guess and it has not been confirmed. D.J. Augustin is going to pick up around 10 minutes per game and should be owned in all standard leagues. Spencer Dinwiddie will also play more. Hopefully, we're wrong on Jennings.
Jan 24 - 10:09 PM

Brandon Jennings suffered a left leg injury and went to the locker room on Saturday.

It did not look good at all and his teammates were very discouraged. Jennings had to be taken to the locker room in a wheelchair, so it could be a severe ankle injury or an Achilles issue. If you're looking to add a point guard, D.J. Augustin is a very strong speculative add right now. Spencer Dinwiddie will also get in the rotation. Jennings finished with 16 points, two rebounds, four assists, one steal and one 3-pointer.
Jan 24 - 9:13 PM

Brandon Jennings handed out a career-high 21 assists during the Pistons' win vs. Orlando on Wednesday, while scoring 24 points and turning the ball over just twice in 33 minutes.

He's the first player to have 20+ points and 20+ assists in a game since Steve Nash did it in 2009, and only four players have done it since 2000 -- Jennings, Nash, Ramon Sessions and Jalen Rose. Jennings has been in a shooting slump lately but he's looked like a different player since Josh Smith's departure, flirting with top-20 value despite averaging a mere 28.1 minutes over the past month. Congratulations are in order if you stuck with him during his early-season doldrums.
Jan 21 - 10:09 PM

The Pistons' win streak ended at two games with Monday's loss in Atlanta, as Brandon Jennings managed just seven points on 1-of-10 FGs and 5-of-6 FTs.

Jennings is shooting right around 40 percent from the field this season, so owners will have to live with slumps like the one he's mired in, having made 18-of-54 shots over the past four games. He gets a pass for Monday's dud, at least, since the Hawks are holding opposing PGs to a league-low 18.7 points per game this season.
Jan 19 - 6:21 PM

Brandon Jennings made just 3-of-9 from the field for 10 points during a 107-89 win over the 76ers on Saturday, adding one rebound, six assists, one steal and two 3-pointers.

The second half of back-to-back sets are not his thing. He made just 32.2 percent from the field in his previous eight games in that situation and he's also worse at home, so the splits monster got him again tonight. Jennings is still playing lights out and is a must-start guy. He's a sell-high player, though.
Jan 17 - 10:44 PM

Brandon Jennings was unstoppable in Friday's road win over the Pacers, scoring a season-high 37 points on 10-of-23 shooting (including eight threes) with two rebounds, three assists, two steals and 9-of-9 makes from the foul line.

Jennings is going to cool off but owners should probably treat him as an early round asset for trading purposes. He's a top-60 play on the season and a top 15-20 play over the last month.
Jan 16 - 10:17 PM

Brandon Jennings made 4-of-12 from the field for 19 points with three assists, one steal and two 3-pointers against the Pelicans on Wednesday.

He was making his money in the mid-range lately, which is one of the most inconsistent areas for guards, especially Jennings. He had an uncharacteristic nine makes at the line tonight, so there's still a great chance to sell high before he really comes back to Earth.
Jan 14 - 10:22 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PosRoleName
PG1Reggie Jackson
2Spencer Dinwiddie
3John Lucas
4Brandon Jennings
SG1Kentavious Caldwell-Pope
2Jodie Meeks
3Cartier Martin
SF1Caron Butler
2Tayshaun Prince
3Quincy Miller
PF1Greg Monroe
2Anthony Tolliver
3Shawne Williams
C1Andre Drummond
2Joel Anthony