Wednesday November 5th, 2014

Brandon Knight should have had a better plan when he left his feet near the free-throw line during Tuesday night's game against the Pacers.

Knight approached Roy Hibbert, stepped back with a dribble and leapt with the apparent intention of either taking a jump shot or firing a pass to rookie Jabari Parker on the left wing. Instead, Knight hesitated and tossed the ball toward the sidelines, well out of Parker's reach.

[H/T Eric Buenning]

Perhaps Hibbert's reputation as an elite shot-blocker spooked Knight. Or maybe the Bucks point guard just lost his cool in mid-air.

Knight had averaged 19.7 points and 9.0 assists over three games entering Tuesday. The Bucks are 1-2 this season with a win over the 76ers and losses to the Bobcats and Wizards.

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