Former University of Kentucky guard Brandon Knight worked out individually for the Sacramento Kings today. The 19-year-old prospect participated in drills run by Kings President of Basketball Operations Geoff Petrie.
"You never know where you may slide to," Knight said when asked about the likelihood of playing for the Kings, "If I did get to seven, I didn't want to hide the opportunity where they didn't get to see me and didn't want to take a chance just because I didn't come to a workout. So, it was just something I came here to do."
Also assisting in the workout were former Kings guard and team ambassador Bobby Jackson, assistant coaches Bubba Burrage, Shareef Abdur-Rahim and Pete Carril. Approximately 20-25 staff members from the Kings organization watched Knight's workout inside the Kings practice facility. Head Coach Paul Westphal and Kings co-owner Gavin Maloof were two of the most notable spectators in attendance.