Point guard Brandon Knight was hoping a chance of scenery would improve his game, but so far, that hasn’t been the case as the former Kentucky Wildcat has struggled with injury.
Knight, who spent the past few seasons as a member of the Detroit Pistons was traded to the Milwaukee Bucks in the offseason in exchange for Brandon Jennings, but had yet to play even thirty minutes in a game due to iffy play and injuries. Things looked up on Wednesday evening though when Knight finally cracked the thirty minute mark, but soon after re-aggravated his hamstring injury and in the process missed overtime. Now the guard may be forced to miss more time moving forward:
Point guard Brandon Knight appeared to aggravate his sore right leg late in regulation and he did not play in the overtime period.
Hamstring injuries can be quite lingersome and if not properly treated, can eventually lead to a tear so the team will certainly keep their eye on Knight moving forward.
Hopefully Knight doesn’t miss too much game action as the Bucks are currently riding a ten-game losing streak.