Finally got a chance to listen to this. I actually agree with Jeremy.
I prefer my players to have something they can do above most other players, a skill that they can use even if they also have bigger deficits. I've never understood an infatuation with Jennings because after watching a decent amount of Bucks games I can't even tell you what skill he has greater than the average player. He's essentially acceptable in every category and although a change of scenery and coaching may be good for him I still have a hard time seeing him being much of a net positive on a good team. And as for Michaels argument that he never had players he could defer to I disagree. Monte can spot up, Ersan is a decent offensive player, Gooden was decent, and he didn't do anything to help players like Sanders, Udoh, or Mbah Moute get easy buckets.
If I were to purge any non-Sanders player from that team I'd go with Mbah A Moute before Jennings or Ellis.