By Glenn Erby
Lead Writer

Brandon Jennings is loving life as a member of the Detroit Pistons. Jennings hasn’t even had a practice yet, and he’s already plotting out the future of the franchise.

During his introductory press conference, the brash point guard told the media that the Pistons could have their own version of “Lob City" that the Los Angeles Clippers own.

"We could bring the Lob City to Detroit this year,” Jennings said, via Pro Basketball Talk.

Jennings was referring to being able to toss nice lob passes to new teammates Josh Smith, Andre Drummond and Greg Monroe. Jennings, for his part, pledged to refine his game and change it for the better.

“You’re going to see a whole different player,” he said. “…I definitely have to change my game.”


“The things that I was doing in Milwaukee, I won’t have to do here, take all the bad shots,” Jennings said. “Now, I can just actually be myself and be who I was five years ago when I was in high school, playing AAU basketball.”

Jennings averaged 17 points per game last season and was traded to Detroit from the Milwaukee Bucks in exchange for Brandon Knight. Could he be the missing piece to the Pistons' puzzle? 


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