Brandon Jennings has been a decent distributor since reaching the NBA, but he has never been mistaken as one of the premier playmakers in the league. Instead, Jennings was always more of a streaky shoot-first point guard.
Things appear to be changing in Brew City.
Over the past two games, Jennings has dished out 36 assists, including a career-high 19 dimes in Saturday's win over the Jazz.
Bucks interim coach Jim Boylan, who urged Jennings
to do more to get his teammates involved, suggested the altered role.
"Brandon's play recently is a catalyst for the whole team," Boylan said. "His willingness to move the ball, become an assist guy. I talked to him about a guy like Chris Paul. Night in and night out he's a major factor, but his stats are always a bit different."
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