|1997 NBA Draft||NBA||Drafted 16th overall by Cleveland.|
|7th July, 1997||NBA||Signed three year, $3,275,040 rookie scale contract with Cleveland.|
|1st November, 1999||NBA||Signed a four year, $19 million extension with Cleveland.|
|2nd January, 2001||NBA||Traded by Cleveland to Atlanta in exchange for Jim Jackson, Anthony Johnson and Larry Robinson.|
|19th July, 2001||NBA||Traded by Atlanta, along with Lorenzen Wright and the draft rights to Pau Gasol (#3, 2001), to Memphis in exchange for Shareef Abdur-Rahim and the draft rights to Jamaal Tinsley (#27, 2001).|
|30th September, 2003||NBA||Traded by Memphis, along with Robert Archibald and Cezary Trybanski, to Phoenix in exchange for Jake Tsakalidis and Bo Outlaw.|
|5th November, 2003||NBA||Traded by Phoenix to Washington in exchange for Jahidi White.|
|1st March, 2004||NBA||Waived by Washington.|
|5th March, 2004||NBA||Signed a guaranteed minimum salary contract for the remainder of the season with Milwaukee.|
|31st August, 2004||NBA||Signed a partially guaranteed one year minimum salary contract with Charlotte.|
|19th August, 2005||NBA||Re-signed by Charlotte to a partially guaranteed three year, $13.2 million contract.|
|29th June, 2007||NBA||Waived by Charlotte.|
|6th August, 2007||NBA||Signed a two year, $3.2 million contract with L.A. Clippers.|
|23rd July, 2008||NBA||Traded by L.A. Clippers to Utah in exchange for Jason Hart.|
|1993 - 1997||Stanford (NCAA)|
|June 1997 - January 2001||Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA)|
|January 2001 - July 2001||Atlanta Hawks (NBA)|
|July 2001 - September 2003||Memphis Grizzlies (NBA)|
|September 2003 - November 2003||Phoenix Suns (NBA)|
|November 2003 - March 2004||Washington Wizards (NBA)|
|March 2004 - June 2004||Milwaukee Bucks (NBA)|
|August 2004 - June 2007||Charlotte Bobcats (NBA)|
|August 2007 - July 2008||L.A. Clippers (NBA)|
|July 2008 - June 2009||Utah Jazz (NBA)|
March 19, 2013
Brevin Knight - Now an analyst for Grizzlies games.
April 19, 2011
Brevin Knight - Knight is an analyst on FSN South, covering Grizzlies games.
July 30, 2010
Brevin Knight - Knight didn't play in the NBA last year, nor did he play anywhere. He hasn't been good since an injury-shortened 2006-07 season with the Bobcats; in his last two years in the NBA, Knight declined quicker than Travis Hafner. That, combined with him not playing last season, means that the 34 year old is probably yet. Yet the NBA still has an elite "old veteran point guards who are perceived to have value to NBA teams largely on account of their age" club, of which Anthony Carter is the President and CEO. Knight might still be paying his membership to that club; the next guy definitely is.
March 26, 2010
- Brevin Knight
Every year, there's a cluster of veteran free agent American point guards who have survived in the league for a couple of years longer than they should do, purely because of this veteran status, which seems to have particular resonance at the point guard positions. (In Lindsey Hunter's case, it was seven years.) These players generally stay unsigned for at least one year, fighting for whatever midseason positions come up, and a couple of them get spots. Jason Hart has had a couple of turns this year, and Lindsey Hunter squeezed a year and a half out of the Bulls. Eddie Gill played 20 days with the Bucks last year, Chucky Atkins hooked up with the Pistons this year aged 58, while Anthony Carter and Kevin Ollie have made this into an artform. But Brevin Knight is one of the ones on the pile. He is unsigned, old but seemingly not retired, with a good career to his name so far. Seemingly, he's just waiting for that call, that opportunity, that chance to prove he can still play.
But that chance has not come.