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Brandon Knight tears up Knicks in London

Brandon Knight dominated against the Knicks in London on both offense and defense. He put up 20 points with five rebounds, six assists, two 3-pointers and a season-high six steals.

Knight is on a roll over his last five games, averaging 19.6 points, 3.0 boards, 4.8 assists, 2.4 steals and 2.0 triples on 48.6 percent from the field and 88.9 percent from the line.

 

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Brandon scores season high in tough loss

Brandon Knight dropped a season-high 34 points in a loss to the Hornets on Tuesday, adding five assists, two boards, one steal and four 3-pointers in 34 minutes.

After scoring just eight points against the Clippers on Saturday, Knight responded in emphatic fashion, hoisting up 21 shots and connecting on 13 of them.

 

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Knight leads Bucks to big win over the Clippers

Brandon Knight posted a team-high 22 points adding four rebounds, five assists and three 3-pointers in 31 minutes during a 111-106 win over the Clippers on Saturday.

He played well all night against Chris Paul, rebounding nicely from a 9 point dud in his previous game versus the Thunder. While, his scoring average is down from last year, Knight has increased his averages in steals, boards, dimes, 3-pointers and foul shooting percentage this season.

 

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Biography

Brandon Knight was born on December 2, 1991 in Miami Florida. His parents, Efrem and Tonya, instilled a desire to explore every dimension of life from an early age. He is an artist, a poet, a singer, and currently the point guard for the Phoenix Suns. His parents made sure to always expose him to what life had to offer. “Whether he wanted to be a doctor, whether he wanted to be a lawyer, brain surgeon or whatever in this world he wanted to be,” his mother Tanya said, “we wanted to make sure we positioned him so he could be.”

Knight thrived at Pine Crest School off and on the basketball court. Following spinal surgery during his sophomore year, Knight was awarded the Gatorade National Boys Basketball Player of the Year for his junior and senior seasons. Knight was only the third junior, joining LeBron James and Greg Oden, and the first student from Florida to receive the award. Knight owns eight Pine Crest School records, including single-season points scored and three-pointers made. He is second on the Florida high school basketball career scoring list. In both years, Knight was also named Florida’s Mr. Basketball.

In preparation for college, Knight participated in the 2010 McDonald’s All-American Game and made the game winning three-pointer to win the game, 107-104. Knight, the 4th overall high school prospect, was recruited by top programs such as Connecticut, Kansas, Kentucky, and Syracuse. Knight’s parents again sought to ensure Brandon would have to best chance to succeed. He wanted to join Kentucky, but, head coach John Caliparri had been rumored to jump to the NBA. Knight’s parents urged him to simply sign an aid agreement with Kentucky, allowing him to break the commitment if Caliparri left. Caliparri stayed, and Knight enjoyed great success in his short time at Kentucky.

Knight scored 31 points in his Kentucky debut. He won the SEC Freshman of the Week three times during the season and as selected as a finalist for the Bob Cousy Award for the country’s top point guard. Knight led the Wildcats to an SEC Championship victory and went on to advance to the Final Four. Brandon left Kentucky after his freshman season and was selected 8th overall in the 2011 NBA Draft by the Detroit Pistons.

Knight was selected to the NBA Rising Stars all-star competition in his first two years in the NBA. Knight scored his NBA career high 32 points against the Washington Wizards on February 27, 2013. During the offseason, Knight was traded to the Milwaukee Bucks in exchange for guard, Brandon Jennings. Knight thrived in his expanded role in Milwaukee, averaging career highs in points, assists, and rebounds in the first half of the 2014-2015 regular season.

In a deal at the 2015 Trade Deadline, Knight was traded to the Phoenix Suns as a part of a 3 team trade.

 

Quick Facts

Name: Brandon Knight
Height: 6’ 3.25”
Weight: 189 lbs.
Age: 23
Position: Point Guard
Team: Phoenix Suns
Jersey: # 3

High School: Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
College: University of Kentucky
Draft: 1st Round, 8th Overall (Detroit Pistons)

  • - Knight had a 4.3 GPA in high school.
  • - Has a poem published in an anthology of children’s poetry.
  • - Was invited to tour with the Florida Boys’ Choir in high school.
  • - Had spinal surgery in his sophomore year of HS because he realized he could not feel temperature with his right hand.
  • - Knight is a Sagittarius.

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5th Annual Brandon Knight Skills Academy: Coming Soon

Date: June 6-7, 2015

Registration info regarding the event will be coming soon.

Check out this video from past Skills Academies with Brandon!

Brandon Knight Skills Clinic from brandonknight on Vimeo.

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