Brevin Knight | 22
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2005-06
Statistics
 PPG12.6
 RPG3.40
 APG8.4
 EFF+ 16.96
Position:  G
Born: Nov 8, 1975
Height: 5-10 /  1,78
Weight: 170  lbs. / 77,1  kg.
College : Stanford
Career Highlights
  • Finished second in the league in assists per-game with 9.0 in 2004-05.
  • Finished fifth in the league in steals per-game with 1.98 in 2004-05.
  • Selected to the 1998 NBA All-Rookie First Team
  • Made his NBA Playoffs debut in 1998, averaging 4.5 ppg, 5.8 apg, 4.0 rpg and 2.50 spg in 4 games
  • Registered a game-high 8 assists and grabbed 3 rebounds in the Schick Rookie Game during the 1998 NBA All-Star Weekend in New York
  • Posted 18 points and 3 steals, in his NBA debut, against the Houston Rockets on 10/31/97
  • Is Stanford's all-time leader in assists (780) and steals (298) and ranks 3rd all-time in scoring with 1,714 points
  • Only the second player in Pacific-10 Conference history (along with Seattle's Gary Payton) to surpass 1,500 points and 700 assists
  • The winner of the 1997 Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award as the nation's outstanding senior male basketball player under six feet
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    BACKGROUND

    2004-05:
    Averaged 10.1 points, 2.6 rebounds, 9.0 assists, 1.9 steals and 29.5 minutes in 66 games (61 starts)… His 10.1 points, 9.0 assists and .852 free throw percentage were all career highs… Set the NBA’s top three single-game highs in assists with a career-high 20 at Cleveland on Jan. 11, 19 against Detroit on Nov. 23 and 18 against New York on Dec. 4… Tied the NBA’s single-game high with eight steals at Orlando on March 24… Ranked second in the NBA in assists behind NBA MVP Steve Nash… Ranked first in the NBA in assists per turnover ratio (4.02) and 15th in steals per turnover… Also ranked fifth in steals and 26th in free throw percentage (.852)… Led the Bobcats in assists 55 times, in steals 26 times and in scoring six times… Posted 16 points/assists double-doubles… Scored a season-high 22 points at Memphis on April 10… Reached double-figure scoring and assists 30 times… Recorded a franchise-long 26 consecutive made free-throw streak from Dec. 21 to Feb. 1… Posted another 20-plus consecutive made free-throw streak, connecting on 21 straight from March 30 to April 10... Recorded back-to-back double-figure assists games 11 times, including six straight from March 23 through April 1.

    PRO CAREER:
    Is the most veteran player on the Bobcats, completing eight NBA seasons… Charlotte is his seventh NBA team… Averaged 7.5 points, 6.5 assists, 1.7 steals in 467 games… Has never averaged fewer than 1.25 steals in a season, including a personal-best 2.45 steals in 1997-98… Selected by Cleveland in the first round (16th overall) of the 1997 NBA Draft… Traded by Cleveland to Atlanta for Jimmy Jackson, Anthony Johnson and Larry Robinson on January 2, 2001… Traded by the Hawks with Lorenzen Wright and the draft rights to Pau Gasol to Memphis for Shareef Abdur-Rahim and the draft rights to Jamaal Tinsley on draft night, June 29, 2001… Earned 1997-98 Schick All-Rookie First Team honors after his first season in Cleveland... … Posted 18 points and three steals in his NBA debut against the Houston on Oct. 31, 1997… Tallied a career-high 20 assists vs. Washington on Nov. 22, 1997… Registered a game-high eight assists and grabbed three rebounds in the Schick Rookie Game during the 1998 NBA All-Star Weekend in New York… Averaged a career-high 9.6 points in 1998-99, but season was cut short when he was placed on the injured list on April 26 due to a fracture of the fourth metacarpal in his left hand… Less than one month after his trade to the Hawks on Jan. 2, 2001, recorded a career-high 31 points at Washington on Jan. 21, 2001… Has appeared in postseason play with Cleveland and Milwaukee and has averaged 4.4 points, 5.6 assists, 3.7 rebounds and 2.5 steals in 26.0 minutes.

    COLLEGE:
    Played four seasons at Stanford and finished his career with averages of 14.9 points, 6.8 assists, 3.8 rebounds and 2.6 steals in 115 games... Set single-season school records with 234 assists and 83 steals… Earned All-Pac-10 First Team honors in each of his last three seasons... Was named All-American First Team as a senior, posting a team-high 16.3 points, 7.8 assists (second in the nation) and 2.8 steals (11th nationally)... Won the 1997 Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award by the Basketball Hall of Fame as the nation’s most outstanding senior male collegian under six feet tall… Averaged double figures all four years at Stanford, including a career high of 16.6 points as a sophomore… Dished out a career-best 7.3 assists as a junior and connected on a career-high .409 (45-110) from the three-point line (45-110) during his senior season.


    PERSONAL

    • Named after his mother, Brenda, and his father, Melvin (Brevin Knight)
    • Brevin and his wife Deena have three daughters, Brenna, Kayla and Donevin, born Aug. 25, 2004
    • Earned his bachelor of arts degree in sociology at Stanford University
    • Has a foundation called Assist by Knight, with a focus to educate youth through sports and arts
    • His foundation also benefits multiple sclerosis
    • Served as a member of the All-Star Reading Team for his two years with Memphis, and also provided tickets to the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Memphis through the Tickets for Kids program
    • Enjoys volleyball, golf and video games
    • Younger brother Brandin played college basketball at the University of Pittsburgh and spent the 2003-04 season with Asheville, formerly of the NBDL


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