The Milwaukee Bucks continue to insist that they're not ready to trade Brandon Jennings, and how they're still interested in finding a way to keep the point guard in their uniform for years to come. So how does Mr. Jennings himself feel about this whole arrangement?
Bad enough that the Bucks star has, "irreconcilable differences," with the franchise, according to ESPN.com's Chad Ford.
While the Bucks continue to assert that Jennings could stay in Milwaukee long-term and become the team's franchise player, it appears that the player himself has little interest in that scenario playing out. He's already changed agents this year to put himself in a better position to leave, whether by trade or restricted free agency this summer.
Frustrated that the two sides were unable to work out a contract extension last summer, Jennings appears to be the latest NBA star determined to find greener pastures. Ford says that the guard feels he doesn't get the attention he deserves as a result of playing in Milwaukee, and he'd prefer to display his skills in a bigger market.
Brandon Jennings reportedly has 'irreconcilable differences' with Bucks
SB Nation | Feb 13