Brandon Jennings PG DET 23 Days

Jennings played just 16 minutes (and none in the fourth quarter) during the loss to Minnesota on Thursday. He provided four points (2-4 FG) and six assists.

Jennings has been limited by an Achilles injury, which hampered the guard during the preseason. He may be the best passer on the Detroit roster, but his time share with D.J. Augustin (who played 33 minutes) will limit his immediate fantasy appeal.

Brandon Jennings PG DET 24 Days

Jennings started despite a preseason achillies injury, but he was limited to just 20 minutes of play and only scored 4 points (2-4 FG, 0-0 3Pt, 0-0 FT).

D.J. Augustin came off the bench against the Nuggets and played in eight more minutes than Jennings. Jennings had three turnovers early on in the game, which could have contributed to his limitations. The Augustin/Jennings battle will be one to watch in the games going forward.

Brandon Jennings PG DET 1 Month

Jennings (Achilles) is questionable for Thursday's preseason finale against the Sixers.

Jennings sat out Thursday morning's shootaround while dealing with soreness in his Achilles. It's likely nothing serious, but the Pistons may opt to hold him out in order to keep him fresh for the regular season opener next week.

Brandon Jennings PG DET 1 Month

Jennings finished with 16 points (5-13 FG, 4-6 3Pt, 4-5 FT), 11 assists, four rebounds and two steals in Saturday's win over the Hawks.

Saturday's impressive outing was easily Jennings best performance of the preseason. D.J. Augustin has put together a string of three consecutive quality performances, including a 14-point effort on Saturday, but the Pistons appear set to roll with Jennings as the starter. Jennings' shortcomings (poor field-goal percentage, spotty defense) are well known at this point, but he's still plenty productive in scoring, assists, threes and steals to deploy as a steady PG2 in most formats.

Brandon Jennings PG DET 2 Months

Jennings (knee) is expected to play in Tuesday's preseason opener against the Bulls.

Jennings battled some minor knee soreness Monday, but his condition has improved to the point that he'll be ready to play against Derrick Rose and Co.

Brandon Jennings PG DET 2 Months

Jennings (knee soreness) was limited in practice Monday, NBA.com's Keith Langlois reports.

He may end up missing or being limited in Tuesday's preseason opener, but the injury is not believed to be serious.

Brandon Jennings PG DET 2 Months

Jennings is expected to receive competition from D.J. Augustin and Will Bynum for the starting point guard job during training camp, the Detroit Free Press reports.

With a new front office and coaching staff, the Pistons have been preaching that all players will compete for their jobs during training camp. Head coach Stan Van Gundy is a big fan of Augustin, in particular, but Jennings should still be considered the heavy favorite to start at point guard when the regular season tips off. Still, the situation does warrant a watchful eye if you plan on targeting a Pistons' point guard in fantasy drafts this year.

Brandon Jennings PG DET 2 Months

Jennings added 25 pounds of muscle this offseason, the Detroit News reports.

Jennings hopes the added weight helps on defense and when he's attacking the rim. Despite setting a career-high in assists (7.6) last season, Jennings was disappointed with his performance during his first campaign in Detroit. The 25-year-old point expects to put together a bounce-back campaign under first-year Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy.

Brandon Jennings PG DET 6 Months

Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy questioned Brandon Jennings' "decision-making ability" and shot selection, before mentioning Jennings' 37 percent shooting last season.

"One of the things I like to do with guys in terms of shooting percentage is ask them why," Van Gundy said. "Why 37 percent? I want to hear the answer on that. But I know he's a very, very talented guy." Detroit's new coach/president also mentioned that Jennings is "outstanding in high pick-and-roll situations, something that I love to do a lot."

Brandon Jennings PG DET 7 Months

Brandon Jennings scored 17 points in Sunday's 116-107 loss to the Raptors to go with three boards, seven assists, one steal and two 3-pointers on 6-of-18 from the field.

His field goal attempts were greater than his point total today, which has become old hat for the NBA's worst shooter based on field goal percentage. Jennings does rank a respectable 12th in assist:turnover ratio this season, but he still has a lot of work to do as a floor general and running an offense. The Pistons rank 24th in assists per game despite ranking eighth in the NBA in field goals per game.