Apr 9, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; Milwaukee Bucks point guard Brandon Jennings (3) dives into the crowd for a lose ball in the second half of a game against the Miami Heat at the American Airlines Arena. The Heat won 94-83. Mandatory Credit: Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports

Brandon Jennings Answers an Unanswerable Question

Damned, if you do; damned, if you don’t.

Brandon Jennings tried to answer the most unanswerable type of question: Are the Bucks going to beat the Heat?

If he says ‘no’, then he has lost from the start, a defeated player leading a defeated team.  If he says ‘yes’, then he’s a fool, a dreamer who thinks he can turn around his subpar season on a dime and lead a 500-to-1 underdog to a stupendous upset of the defending champs.

So what’s the right answer?  There isn’t one.  In any case, here’s the one Jennings gave.


But I have to applaud his choice of number.  Six games sounds about right, you know, IF you’re going skip the sensible thing: not answering the question in the first place.  Win a few, lose a few, then close it out at home.

Sounds easy enough. Any questions?

Tags: Brandon Jennings Milwaukee Bucks Prediction Win In 6

  • John

    What a joke. Miami will sweep.

  • Phenom4real

    The future is never written, so anything is possible if you want it bad enough.

  • http://twitter.com/fshouman Firas Shouman

    Is this what drugs does to you

  • KillYaSelfTwicee

    You commenters are so easily convinced..gullible is written on the ceiling. What do you want him to say?? Go do something useful with your life and stop hating on someone who makes an ungodly amount more than you. Then again, you are just hating on him because you’re jealous Why else critizie an “unanswerable question”? #IDIOTS!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/saquan.thornton Saquan Thornton

    The Heat Gone Bust That ass Boi But Its Good To Have Faith Nothin But Respect lmao