Knight still has three years left on his five-year, $70 million contract
There are still around three months to go until the 2017-18 NBA season starts, however the Phoenix Suns have just endured a colossal mishap.
The Suns reported Tuesday that point watch Brandon Knight endured a torn ACL and they anticipate that him will miss the 2018 season.
Phoenix Suns monitor Brandon Knight has maintained a torn ACL in his left knee and will experience surgery, it was resolved after an examination with Head Team Physician Dr. Tom Carter. The damage happened a week ago while Knight was playing in his local South Florida. A timetable for his arrival will be resolved at a later date, however he is relied upon to miss the 2017-18 season.
Knight battled with wounds last season, playing only 54 recreations in view of different afflictions. He arrived at the midpoint of 11 focuses and 2.4 helps, the least signs of his vocation.
The news was first announced by ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski on Tuesday.
This would probably open up additionally playing time for Tyler Ulis, who sparkled toward the finish of last season when both Knight and Eric Bledsoe were managing wounds.