Brandon Jennings, a former NBA player, expressed himself strongly last week. LeBron James in particular received criticism from him for exploiting player empowerment, as did the league and other players. The former Milwaukee Bucks player talked about how the next generation is losing interest in the NBA.
Brandon Jennings on Lebron and CP3
Brandon Jennings emphasised the situation’s lack of responsibility for LeBron James and Chris Paul on Twitter. The ex-NBA guard reaffirmed that while James and CP3 have earned it, the others have made it difficult for them.
When expressing his discontent with how the NBA is currently being operated, Brandon Jennings did not hold back.
Brandon Jennings on Irving and Simmons
Regarding guys like Kyrie Irving and Ben Simmons, Jennings expressed himself as well. Irving acts in any way he pleases. Since 2017, the guard has just once appeared in more than 60 regular-season games. His personal convictions frequently take precedence over his commercial duties.
On the other hand, numerous media professionals condemned Ben Simmons for his remark on mental health issues. That is the main reason he desired to leave Philadelphia. Following his trade to the Brooklyn Nets, Simmons lost some time due to a back problem. Simmons received payment after spending zero minutes on the court.
Kids don’t Watch Anymore
“Now I feel like it was CP3 and Bron and they are… I talk about players so and that. And the thing I get is getting money I understand!!! But the passion for the game is lost!!! Kids don’t even watch anymore, go to highlights on Twitter and Instagram” –Jennings
Jennings began tweeting earlier this week about how league players were ruining the game for the younger crowd of NBA. In his article, Jennings lambasted the league for becoming into a players league and said that its rules needed to be changed. LeBron James and Chris Paul have both been quite outspoken during their stellar careers, according to Jennings. But what sets them unique from that is their capacity to control pitch.