Mar 9, 2014; Boston, MA, USA; Detroit Pistons point guard Brandon Jennings (7) drives to the hoop against the Boston Celtics during the first half at TD Garden. Mandatory Credit: Mark L. Baer-USA TODAY Sports

Brandon Jennings sharing (Drugs) for once? (Video)

For all the times that Brandon Jennings hasn’t shared the basketball, at least we now have proof that he was taught the act of sharing in kindergarten.

Unfortunately  the only thing Jennings is sharing is a little white pill at a it involves passing some type of pill substance at a club to soon to be free agent Nick Young.

Deadspin.com brings us the video of Jennings, who is shirtless, and Young who is in a white shirt going through the motions, but do we see an exchange?

That doesn’t look like a piece of gum or hard candy.

The folks at Deadspin call the so called white thing that Jennings is trying to exchange with Young “molly.”

Forgive me for not knowing what that is, I don’t get to listening to Miley Cyrus as much as I used to.

Here is one thing that we do know for sure. It was the first time in Jennings career that he was willing to pass and it was the first and last time that Nick Young will ever pass up on something he might like.

For those of us non-cool kids out of the loop on what Molly is — CNN has a pretty basic explanation of the drug.

The drug called Molly isn’t what most of its users think it is. If you Google “Molly,” many articles say the drug is “pure” MDMA, the active ingredient in Ecstasy.
Users often talk about the “purity” of taking Molly, as if it’s somehow better; after all, MDMA was originally developed as a medication to treat depression. But today’s Molly is most often not MDMA — in the last few years, the drug has become a toxic mixture of lab-created chemicals, according to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.

Molly is a hit at raves and is targeted at first time users and regular abusers between the ages of 12-17.

That explains why it followed the immature Jennings to a night club he was appearing in with no shirt.

Stan Van Gundy has to be doing backflips right now, knowing that this is what his point guard’s definition of getting better in the off-season is.

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