Detroit Pistons Make Solid Addition With Acquisition of Brandon Jennings From Milwaukee Bucks

By Dan Parzych

The NBA offseason has been filled with plenty of big trades and signings, but one of the main questions still surrounding the Milwaukee Bucks has been whether or not Brandon Jennings would return to the team for the 2013-14 season. Now, it appears the sharp shooter is moving on from the Bucks and will be joining a team that has made quite the amount of moves this offseason–the Detroit Pistons.

The Bucks and Pistons have reportedly agreed on a sign-and-trade with Jennings that would send the point guard to Detroit–which would be a huge acquisition for a team that hopes to be ready when it comes to making a run at the playoffs next season. Detroit already managed to sign Josh Smith this offseason and with a shooter like Jennings on board–this team seems to be making all of the right moves this offseason to bounce back from their 29-53 record last year.




Over his first four seasons in the NBA, Jennings has proven to be one of the league’s most dangerous shooters and there’s no reason why he shouldn’t be able to make an immediate impact as one of the newest members of the Pistons. They may not have as talented of a roster as some of the other top teams in the Eastern Conference, but on the bright side–at least the Pistons seem to be making the right moves to make sure they’re moving in the right direction.

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