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08:05 AM ET 02.13 | While he said earlier this week that he was in no hurry to leave Milwaukee, Brandon Jennings may get the chance to fulfill his potential in Dallas. The Mavericks are apparently intrigued by the possibility. Sources tell ESPN.com's Marc Stein that the Mavs have a "level of interest" in Jennings if the Milwaukee Bucks make the restricted free agent-to-be point guard available before the Feb. 21 trade deadline. Jennings, 23, is averaging 18.5 points and 6.1 assists in his fourth NBA season. He arguably fits Mark Cuban's description given for potential trade targets: a young talent who would immediately be a top-three player on the Mavs' roster with the potential to develop into an All-Star.

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February 13, 2013  08:50 AM ET

he ain't no max player

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February 13, 2013  10:19 AM ET

Will You Be The New Sheriff In Town, Bro?

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February 13, 2013  10:43 AM ET

Please Bucks Trade him for a bag of balls. Sick of his 'me' first attitude. He is a player whose body will breakdown at any moment.

February 13, 2013  10:50 AM ET

B Jennings is a quality PG. Perfect fit for Mavs. Who will they get rid of is the question. Whoever the let go, the Bucks wont keep him anyway. Gon give him away for peanuts & have nothing to show for trade ala Allen for Payton.

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February 13, 2013  12:25 PM ET
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wall won't be available for 5 more years....curry ? he's available- you're talking EDDY curry....right ?LOL

Excuse me... Curry is busy in China... went right to the source. He plays for Chinese Buffet ball club.

February 13, 2013  04:41 PM ET

Might have the money to sign him, but I don't see this shot happy pg coexisting with Dirk. Try again Mark.

February 13, 2013  05:40 PM ET
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when you say 'quality' you mean he's a top 7-10 pg?Not sure how you come to that conclusionhe's average- maybe slightly above average?

On his best day he is this...on his average days, he is "JUG" (just a guy)

February 13, 2013  05:54 PM ET
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He's in the 10-12 per season million category....

Hell no.... lol

 
February 14, 2013  01:33 AM ET
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On his best day he is this...on his average days, he is "JUG" (just a guy)

Since when is 18/6 slightly above average. I'd like to see what a good PG averages then.

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