Brandon Jennings became the first kid to go from High School to the Euro league, and then to the NBA. Opting to utilize his abilities to earn a living rather than going to college for a year. Jennings decision worked out nicely as he made an instant impact in the NBA since being drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks including a 55 point effort as a rookie.
Jennings turned his successful rookie campaign into a lucrative deal with Under Armour since he signed as their first Basketball Athlete. With the creative reigns to design a shoe built to his liking Jennings and Under Armour launched the Micro G Bloodline last year, and since then Jennings has had a handful of notable NBA games.
In an early season game last year, Jennings worked his way to a double double, scoring 15 points and snagging 11 rebounds en-route to a big win over the San Antonio Spurs.
Last January Jennings and the Bucks took the Big 3 to the wire with a huge win over the Miami Heat in Miami. Jennings scored 31 points in his Bucks-themed Micro G’s.
Another big win for the Bucks came when Jennings scored a season high 36 points against Carmelo and the Knicks at the Garden. Jennings went 6 for 12 from the 3-point line. Later in the season, Jennings upped his game again as he took the Bucks to victory in the Bloodlines, scoring 25 and adding 10 assists for another double-double in a team win over the New York Knicks.
Late season heroics against the New Jersey Nets (now Brooklyn Nets) saw 34 points from Jennings as the Bucks beat out the Nets in a high scoring thriller.
Jennings is off to a blazing start in the 2012/13 season averaging 17 points and 12 assists sporting his latest Under Armour signatures.
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