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Ellis to Jennings – The alley-oop

| April 5, 2012

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If I’m not mistaken, and I’m fairly confident I’m not, we witnessed for the first time last night, Brandon Jennings on the receiving end of an alley-oop. After a missed shot and subsequent steal by Monta Ellis, Jennings streaked up the court and called for the lob which he finished in his classic two hand style.

He showed no hesitation despite having missed a dunk in Milwaukee’s last home game against the Memphis Grizzlies.

Kudos to you Brandon Jennings.

Jeremy Schmidt writes the Milwaukee Bucks blog Bucksketball.com. He’d love it if you stopped by every time you wanted to buy something on Amazon and supported the site with some click-through love on the banner up on the top right. Also, Twitter.

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  1. JaneG says:

    Brandon and Monta were fun to watch last night.  This is what we are hoping for from those 2!  Not just this play but a lot of great plays: steals, passes, assists, shots.  What fun!

  2. Milly Prestige says:

    I revert back to my comment from the win over D.C. 

  3. flyingking says:

    great pick. saw that from 10 feet away last nite. very beautiful, unselfish play….best of the MONTH