Brandon Jennings is eligible for a contract extension this summer, something the Bucks don't seem entirely keen on offering him. Especially because Jennings feels he's a max player. So, within that, the Bucks are likely to just wait until next summer to let the market set his value as a restricted free agent. Or ... they could trade him, which, according to the Journal Times of Racine, Wis., they're exploring. Backcourt mate Monta Ellis has already turned down a contract offer from the Bucks, so the team could be looking at an overhaul. Jennings is an interesting young talent. He seems to have plateaued a bit since his rookie season and has never been able to figure that whole efficiency thing out. But he does have ability, and he has shown flashes as Milwaukee's showrunner. He averaged 17.5 points and 6.5 assists last season, but shot only 39 percent from the floor. There's some good and some bad. But again, he's young and he can always figure things out.
Bucks are letting teams know Brandon Jennings is available
CBS Sports | Jun 27