Brandon Knight misses a wide open layup

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| April 4th, 2013 | 16,230 Views

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Brandon Knight is a real talented player but I’m pretty sure he would like to forget a lot about 2013 and the 2nd half of the NBA season.  Thankfully, it’s almost over for him and the Pistons.  It all started at All-Star weekend when Kyrie Irving broke his ankles.  Then he was left for dead on the court by DeAndre Jordan.  He injures his ankle the next game and is out for a while.  April started off with him almost getting into a fight with Nate Robinson after accidentally elbowing Jimmy Butler in the face.   Last night against the Celtics, down by 3 with 2 minutes left in the game, he blows a wide open layup.

Don’t worry Brandon. You have a very bright future ahead of you…just make sure you read those scouting reports.


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