Re: who's going to have the best career in the NBA Stephen Curry or Brandon Jennings
Brandon Jennings is the better prospect of the 2. Brandon is a freak athlete, and is playing pro ball now. His time in Europe under a more rigid system than he would have played under at Arizona will do wonders for his game. Brandon will develop better habits because he won't be able to "out-athlete" players in FIBA ball. The FIBA style rewards better decision making, and minimizes the advantage that other worldy athleticism would give a player in North American ball. Jennings time in Europe in theory will make him a player that gives an NBA franchise the best of both worlds, the freakish athleticism and penetrating ability of a playground bred baller, and the cerebral understanding of ball that playing the team oriented packed in Euro-style of the game can provide. Brandon will be great at running the Pick and Roll as a rookie, and with time should be able lead a team effectively.
Jennings Best Case: A New Prototype Most Likely Case: Kenny Anderson
Worst Case: Keyon Dooling
Stephen may be slotted at the point intially, but his mediocre handles and passing ability will do him in. Stephen has a habit of not putting enough zip on his passes, and those weak passes will be eaten up on the NBA level. After he flops at the point some coach will rescue his career by moving him off of the ball. He will then flourish as a Ben Gordon/Eddie House/Steve Kerr type.
Stephen: Best Case:Ben Gordon Most Likely Case:Eddie House
Worst Case: JJ Redick