Brandon Jennings had nowhere to go, with pesky Bulls guard Kirk Hinrich draped all over him and the shot clock rapidly running down.

But when a streaky shooter is on one of his runs, not even a turnaround 18-foot jumper with one hand is a difficult task.

Neither is a banked-in triple with the shot clock running down again, as all Maurice Cheeks could do was shake his head at a Hall-of-Famer sitting five seats away from the Pistons’ bench — former Pistons’ nemesis Scottie Pippen.

A few plays before that, he had Hinrich on skates at the 3-point line, making the guard fall before unleashing one of his five triples, three of his 33 points in the Pistons’ 92-75 win over their I-94 rivals.

If you looked at the box score and saw Jennings’ numbers compared to the offensive production of Greg Monroe, Josh Smith and Andre Drummond (nine for 32, 23 points), it would appear Jennings froze out his teammates to get his own numbers, reverting back to his ball hog days in Milwaukee.

And the assumption would be dead wrong.