Brandon Jennings Net worth, Height, Bio, Career, Fact & Social Media

Brandon Jennings Net worth, Height, Bio, Career, Fact & Social Media
Real NameBrandon Jennings
Net Worth$4 million
Date of BirthSeptember 23, 1989
Place of BirthCompton, California, USA
Height1.85 m
Weight77 kg
Educational BackgroundOak Hill Academy, Manuel Dominguez High School, University of Arizona
ProfessionBasketball player
ChildLegend Truth Jennings
ParentsAlice Knox, Byron Jennings
SilblingsTerrence Phillips
Zodiac SignLibra
AwardsNBA All-Rookie Team, McDonald’s All-American Game, Naismith Boy’s High School Player of the Year

Brandon Byron Jennings is an American basketball player of the Orlando Magic of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He was born on the 23rd of September 1989, in Compton, California USA, to Alice Knox and Byron Jennings.

He is the first American to leave college and move across the Atlantic to train as a professional and then become a member of the NBA.

Brandon Jennings Net worth, Height, Bio, Career, Fact & Social Media
Brandon Jennings

A well-known point guard, how wealthy can you make Brandon Jennings? According to sources, he has earned an net worth of around $4 million, a sum built up during his time as an NBA professional.

But, his contracts that he has that he signed in recent times – which include the possibility of a salary that is believed to be over $8 million – suggest the amount will increase rapidly if the player is not injured.

Brandon Jennings Net Worth

Brandon Jennings had a sole mom and the younger sibling Terrence since his father took his own life whenJennings was just eight years old.

He went to Dominguez High School in Compton and then two years later, he joined the a powerhouse Oak Hill Academy in Mouth of Wilson, Virginia.

With an average of 32.7 points as well as 7.5 assists over the course of four seasons the player was regarded as an extremely successful senior receiving all the top award.

The player decided to go to at the University of Arizona, however the school was not in his schedule and he signed the $1.65 million gross income guarantee deal with Italian Lega A’s Lottomatica Roma in 2008.

He also signed with Under Armour for $2 million and significantly increased its net worth. Since the NBA’s policy requires players to be 19, Jennings decided that playing abroad instead of attending an American college was the most effective way to build experience and earn money prior to entering the NBA.

After a year at Europe’s European Club, he declared himself ready to participate in the NBA Draft and was chosen as the 10th pick during the initial round of selection of the Milwaukee Bucks, increasing his fortunes by signing a contract that was worth $4.5 million.

In his debut year (2009-2010), Jennings scored 55 points to surpass Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s rookie record of 1970 with the second-highest scoring total for a player younger than 21 years old and the second most points recorded by the Milwaukee Buck.

The result was a flood of media attention to Jennings however, it also raised expectations for him. Jennings finished the season with an average in the range of 15.5 points 5.7 assists, and 3.4 rebounding, making him his only Buck player to play in all 82 games, and also being the only Eastern Conference rookie to win the award four times during the span of a single season.

Jennings achieved his first triple double of 20 points 10, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists. He averaged 18.7 point per game in his second campaign (2010-2011) however due to a foot injury, He missed 19 games, but he scored 37 points, which was a record for the season against the Knicks after his return even though the team did not make playing in the NBA playoffs.

While the second year (2011-2012) proved to be a great one for Jennings however, the Bucks did not make the playoffs for the second time. Alongside Monta Ellis Jennings helped the Bucks to make the playoffs during his final season, which was the fourth (2012-2013).

In 2013 when he was traded, he joined the Detroit Pistons, signing $24 million deal. In 2014, he broke the record of the Piston’s for the most assists in a half with 16, and in the following season (2014-2015) with 21 being the only player in history to score the 20-point mark and 20 assists within the NBA since Steve Nash in 2009.

He was shut out for the remainder of the season with the Achilles injury, however, he scored 15.4 points and 6.6 assists, and 1.1 steals over 41 games. On February 16, 2016, Jennings became a trade partner for Orlando Magic.

In his private life Jennings, aged 19 Jennings gave $500,000 to the Italian-American National Organization’s (NIAF) Abruzzo Relief Fund to assist L’Aquila survivors of the earthquake and their families.

Brandon Jennings: The 2009 Draft

As the year 2009 NBA Draft approached, scouts faced a challenge in determining where they should “slot” Jennings. Jennings’ talent was not doubted -however, the term commonly used to describe Jennings game was “raw.” His status was so uncertain that Jennings chose not to go to the draft in fear of becoming the last person to leave the “green room.”

The Milwaukee Bucks ended the suspense in the early hours, securing Jennings as the 10th overall selection. Jennings quickly walked into his hotel rooms to meet with NBA commissioner David Stern and put on his Milwaukee cap.

Brandon Jennings: A Quick Starter

During the preseason, Jennings boasted that he expected to beat out veteran Luke Ridnour for the starting job. But he backed up his claims, winning the job — and posting a near triple-double in his NBA debut (17 points, nine assists, nine rebounds).

Game seven of his American professional career was even more impressive. Jennings scored 55 points against the Golden State Warriors on November 14th — setting a new franchise record for points in a game by a rookie. The old record-holder? None other than Lew Alcindor — better known as NBA all-time scoring leader Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

Brandon Jennings Scouting Report

Brandon Jennings game is fast. There aren’t many athletes in the NBA who possess the lateral agility to stay ahead of Jennings and also with hand-checking the perimeter as is a distant memory.

This means he is able to get into the lane whenever he wants. This makes his slim physique a less of a risk.

Jennings his outside shot was viewed as weak prior to the draft. He shot between 20 and 25% during his time in Italy. But as he progressed through the course of his NBA career, his weak point has become strength. He was 7-for-8 at long range in his 55-point explosion during the match against the Warriors.

In the year 2018, Jennings agreed to sign a 1-year contract for one year with Russian side Zenit Saint Petersburg of the VTB United League. The contract he signed with Zenit was ended on the 20th of November in 2018, after just 10 games, and a few days following an Instagram post that he posted stating “Lesson of life I’ll never again play for an organization and my dad is coaching his son! Never ever again!”

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