Phoenix Suns' Brandon Knight still believes he can be an asset
Brandon Knight leans back against his chair in a corner of the Suns' clubhouse. A square white bandage hides the scar on his surgically repaired left knee.
A few minutes earlier, he had been shooting jumpers on the floor at the FedExForum in Memphis. Now, as a reporter approaches him, Knight smiles and extends his hand.
You remember Brandon Knight.
He's the 6-foot-3 point guard whom the Suns signed to a five-year, $70 million contract in July 2015. He's the Kentucky product who fell out of favor last season and the player clogging cap space thanks to $30.2 million owed him over the last two... read more
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