"With me it is not really stressful. I don't really try to think about it a whole lot. I try to watch different games and see how I would fit in with teams and evaluate how I feel about each coach," said Knight.
Knight and his Pine Crest (Fla.) teammates are playing in the Flyin' To The Hoop in Dayton, Ohio. He scored 36 points in Saturday's win over Cincinnati Princeton and Ohio State signee Jordan Sibert. Knight scored his 3,000th career point early in the game and then hit the game-winning shot with about six seconds to play. He went only 10-for-29 from the field and 5-for-14 from 3-point range, but he also had eight rebounds and six assists and held Sibert to three points the second half.
"I am lookin gfor a place where I can be comfortable. I do not want to go somewhere that I will be comfortable during the basketball season and not comfortable after the season stops and feel like I am stuck there. I want to be comfortable with the players, school and people at the school.
"I want to be on a good team. I want to feel like we have a chance to win a national championship."
Knight is considered the nation's top point guard be many and among the nation's top five players by most recruiting analysts. Yet he's still trying to get better.
"I want to improve on everything, find easier ways to score and get in the paint, easier ways to get my teammates open and ways to make my teammates better in all aspects. There are many, many things I need to do better," he said.
Kentucky coach John Calipari will be at his game Monday. Arrangements have been made for a helicopter to land on the soccer field next to the arena so Calipari can watch Knight play.
"I try not to focus on who is at my games. I just try to play basketball, but it will be nice to have him there," Knight said.