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The Questions with Brevin Knight/Bobcats Guard

What was your welcome-to-the-NBA moment?
Shaking David Stern's hand [on draft night in 1997]. Hearing my name called was awesome. The culmination of it was shaking this man's hand.

Your most embarrassing moment?
In practice this year Jahidi [White, a Bobcats center] fell. I went over to talk junk to him, and I slipped and hit the floor.

Your favorite off-day activity?
Golf. It doesn't use as much athletic talent, and it keeps your mind sharp. I love how peaceful it is.

If I weren't in the NBA, I'd be ...
Working at a Boys and Girls Club. My dad ran them in Newark, and I liked the impact they had on kids.

If I were commissioner for a day, I would ...
Not let a lockout happen. I would get both sides on the same page, with everyone able to prosper and keeping the integrity of our game. I'm not going to say it's easy. I know David Stern has a big challenge. But that would be one thing I wouldn't let happen.

Last Week

Knight, in his first game back from a sprained ankle, had 11 points in a 94-88 win over the Nuggets on Feb. 16.

This Week

Charlotte and Knight, who's named for his mother, Brenda, and father, Melvin, host the Bucks. Knight had 10 points and 10 assists in the teams' last meeting, on Jan. 17.