Kevin Knox II
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Kevin Knox II is signing a training-camp deal with the Portland Trail Blazers.
Knox was with the Blazers for part of last season and was actually decent for them, appearing in 21 games and averaging 8.5 points per game. They're now bringing him back on a training-camp deal, meaning that he'll be competing for a roster spot over the next few weeks. He could have streaming value if he carves out a roster spot and a role for himself on this new-look Blazers' roster.
Kevin Knox II (knee) is officially active for Thursday's game against the San Antonio Spurs.
Knox was a new addition to the team's injury report for Thursday thanks to a knee injury of some kind. They've decided that it isn't a serious issue, and he will be available to play through it. He should be in line for a lot of work in an undermanned Blazers' lineup against the Spurs.
Kevin Knox II (knee) is likely to play in Thursday's game against the San Antonio Spurs.
Knox is a new addition to the injury report, being listed with a knee injury of some kind that will leave him with an injury designation going into the day Thursday. It's not thought to be a serious issue, however, and he should be well enough to play and get a large workload against the Spurs.
Kevin Knox II has been traded to the Golden State Warriors in the three-team deal that sent James Wiseman to Detroit.
It's noted that the Warriors may be moving Knox, so it's unclear if this is where he will settle in for the rest of the season. He hasn't had much of a role on the Pistons this season, so any change of scenery could be a good one for the 23-year-old.
Kevin Knox II led the Pistons bench attack Wednesday night, scoring 21 points (6-8 FG, 6-8 3PT, 3-4 FT) while also grabbing three rebounds in a 125-116 win over the Jazz.
Knox II has made the most of an increased role with Saddiq Bey sidelined, averaging 16.3 points in 24.7 minutes per game over his last three games for the Pistons. The 23-year-old will look to continue his hot stretch going forward with hopes of seeing an increased role in Detroit's rotation, averaging 5.1 points in 11.6 minutes per game while posting a usage rate of 17.3%.