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Article written by Nick Roush

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10 responses to “Kevin Knox’s Stock is Rising in ESPN’s NBA Mock Draft”

  1. Bourbon and Blue

    If that’s true with Vando, then I don’t blame him for leaving. If he is truly guaranteed the money and his fair shot in the NBA then take it while you can. Considering if he came back and got injured again he likely would not be drafted.

    1. Cmart0907

      Michael Porter Jr only played what 3 games all year? We got 14 out of Vando. We got lucky.

  2. Cmart0907

    That would be dumb for them to take Knox. They have MKG and Batum at small forward. Both are on contracts for plenty of years to come.

    1. Mc12

      I believe the appeal for Knox is he can serve as a stretch 4 and is versatile enough offensively to play a few positions if needed.

    2. michaelb

      Knox can play 2,3,4 & 5 in various line ups in the league . Everything but pg

    3. Ez21

      Neither of those players can hold a candle to Knox if he develops into what he can be and MKG is my favorite UK player. Knox has a chance to be special though with that body and shooting ability but it’ll be 2-3 yrs if it happens.

  3. Kat4Life

    I remember another basketball team that brought Vanderbilt in with the promise of allowing him to get healthy.

  4. BluemanGreen

    Anybody that thinks Knox can play center or power forward in the NBA didnt watch UK last season and never watches the NBA. He is a small forward. Period. He would get absolutely destroyed in the post he is not that kind of player.

  5. Cincy Cayt

    Get ‘em guys! Spread the word about UK!

  6. stevemotley

    If Knox can improve his ball-handling I can see him averaging 25 points a game in the NBA