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3 months ago Update 3 comments
Brandon Knight had an MRI on Saturday on his hyperextended right knee. He has been listed as day to day and the MRI has been called precautionary. The results came back and the MRI was negative, meaning it didn't show any signs of structural damage to the knee. There has been no result on his playing status for tonight's game against the Pacers but just because results are negative doesn't necessarily mean Knight is feeling well enough to play.
Hearing BK7's MRI was clear, as expected. No word yet on tonight's status. My guess is he won't play again. Will know more soon.— Keith Langlois (@Keith_Langlois) February 23, 2013
3 months ago Article 0 comments
The second-year guard will miss at least one game and may undergo a precautionary MRI Saturday when the team returns home.
3 months ago Update 13 comments
3 months ago Article 6 comments
Going for a loose ball late in the third quarter of Wednesday night's win, Kemba Walker fell on Brandon Knight's right leg. Despite suffering a hyperextended knee, Knight returned briefly in the fourth quarter, but had to be replaced after being injured again.