One thing that really intrigues me about Jennings is his play after the all-star break when the Bucks acquired Ellis and he no longer had to be the go-to guy offensively.
15.6ppg, 7.3apg, 2.6rpg, 2.3topg.
His assist turnover ratio was 3.17 which would've been 3rd in the league among starting PGs after CP3 and Calderon.
His true shooting percentage was 53% which is very respectable. This includes 39.5% from 3.
Not sure if that's sustainable for him, but it is interesting. 29 game sample size is pretty significant, and it also marked the first time in his career where he played with a player who was a superior scorer to himself.