I think it also highlights Jennings' major weakness. He is the only significant Bucks player who's red in the circle around the hoop. Like I've been saying for awhile, Jennings inability to finish at the hoop is the reason he's not a max type of guy. His game is too dependent on jump shots, so he'll always be the kind of guy who's almost impossible to truly count on, since jumpers by their nature are streaky for basically anyone.
Also, I really wish there was a way to break down the "bunny shot" percentages if you could pull out the gimme layups, like the blown assignments and the wide open fast breaks. Because if we could do that, I think it would really illustrate Jennings struggles from that area. To me, I rarely see him finish around the hoop in any sort of traffic unless he's shooting that little floater, which isn't that consistent.
Additionally, I sometimes just like to look at these things just to pull out little interesting tid bits. What really is funny to look at for me is how we are in the green from 3 on the righthand baseline, but red from 3 on the left hand baseline. It really isn't a different shot at all. And from that distance, what hand you shoot with shouldn't affect it. I can see the closer baseline shots be affected since hook shots with the dominant hand might do that, but from 3 it shouldn't really matter. I'd assume over the course of the year or a couple years that evens itself out, but its kind of funny to look at now.