Jennings puts on show before Jordan as Bucks top Charlotte 95-88Wisconsin Sports - With Hall of Famer Michael Jordan in the crowd, Milwaukee Bucks rookie Brandon Jennings scored 29 points and led his team to a 95-88 victory over Charlotte Friday at the Bradly Center in Milwaukee.
MILWAUKEE - His coach says you'd be hard-pressed to find any NBA rookie with a better first 10 games than Brandon Jennings.
The first-year player for the Milwaukee Bucks scored 29 points and led his team to a 95-88 victory over Charlotte Friday.
With Hall of Famer Michael Jordan in the crowd, Jennings was the whole show as Milwaukee improved its record to 7-3 -- the team's best start since 2001.
Starters Michael Redd and Andrew Bogut missed the contest. Jennings is averaging more than 25 points per game in his first 10. He got 16-point help from Hakim Warrick in the game at the Bradley Center.
The Bucks now go on the road for a four-game trip.