MILWAUKEE -- At just 21 years old and 141 games into his NBA career, Brandon Knight was already labeled. He heard all of the talk, he knew his team's plans no longer involved him at point guard, and he quickly found out they didn't involve him at all.
In trading for Knight, the Milwaukee Bucks feel they've landed an extremely talented player who should have just finished his junior year of college, not one who should already be changing positions.
He's their point guard of the present and the future and will be allowed time to grow as the team's floor general.
"I don't know where this, 'Is he a point guard, is he a shooting guard?' came from," Bucks coach Larry Drew said. "He's always, in my eyes, been a point guard. (He's) a point guard that has the ability to score, and that's a big, big luxury. At 21 years old he's played a lot of games already in the NBA."
On the day of his introductory press conference in Milwaukee, Knight was on the court at the Bucks' practice facility at...