Few things this season have been constant for the Milwaukee Bucks. Head coach Larry Drew has had penciled in 27 different starting lineups. Players have missed a total of 267 games to injury, illness, suspension and league paperwork. Nineteen different players have seen court time.
From the beginning of training camp, little could be counted on.
Yet if there was one metronome to the year, at least at the Cousins Center, was Brandon Knight staying long after practice was over, shooting.
Even as Knight missed games with own list of injuries, the 22-year-old would partner up with assistant Josh Oppenheimer, and take shot after shot after shot.
It’s symbolic, really.