After deciding to take his talents to Europe, Brandon Jennings is set to leave his Russian team with an eye on the G League as an option. Jennings signed with Zenit St. Petersburg last August after being waived by the Milwaukee Bucks. reported about the point guard's decision, including an official press release by the 7DAYS EuroCup where Jennings' team played.

Zenit St. Petersburg announced an agreement with guard Brandon Jennings for an early termination of their contract.

29-year-old Jennings averaged 9 points, 4 rebounds and 7 assists in five 7DAYS EuroCup games this season. He leaves ranked second in the regular season in average assists, with Zenit holding a 4-3 record.
Jennings, once regarded as the best high school prospect in the country, has been quite a journeyman in the NBA. He has played for five different teams since 2015 as he saw his stock value drastically drop when he received no offers from teams last summer.
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With a mission to prove that he could still play at a high level, Jennings decided to sign with a Russian team. However, his averages with Zenit don't really impress a lot.
Jennings scored 10 PPG on 38% shooting and 25% from behind the arc over 10 games with Zenit Saint Petersburg. He also put up 6.7 APG.
His relationship with the team took a downfall when he lashed out at his coach through Instagram. It's still uncertain if Jennings could draw interest in the NBA, but young teams looking for a point guard like the Phoenix Suns could definitely use his experience and scoring.