Milwaukee Bucks point guard Brandon Jennings was named the NBA's Eastern Conference Player of the Week for his play in the first week of the season. Jennings has led the Bucks to a 2-0 start with strong play in Boston on opening night and hitting the game winning buzzer beater against Cleveland Saturday night. Jennings has also piled up 26 assists and 8 steals in Milwaukee's first two games. James Harden of Houston was named top player in week one in the Western Conference, scoring over 80 points in the first two games with his new team. Harden was traded to the Rockets from Oklahoma City. The Bucks return to the BMO Harris Bradley Center floor Wednesday night hosting the Memphis Grizzlies.