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Could the Mavericks trade for Pacers point guard Malcolm Brogdon?

Mark Cuban and the Dallas Mavericks haven’t even gotten to the offseason yet and major changes are being made following the rumors that superstar Luka Doncic was unhappy. Donnie Nelson has been fired from his longtime role as President of Basketball Operations and some roster movement could happen as well. Could the Mavericks look to acquire a fellow back-court star to play alongside Luka Doncic like Indiana Pacers star Malcolm Brogdon?
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This Heat-Pacers trade features Malcolm Brogdon to Miami

The Miami Heat were the first team eliminated in the 2021 NBA playoffs while the Indiana Pacers failed to make it altogether. Both teams will surely be plotting their next move and it appears as though each team may need to make a change via trade. Over the last few...

Player Review 2021: Malcolm Brogdon

Status: Entering the third year of a four-year contract. Key Stats: Appeared in 56 games this season, starting all of them. Averaged careerhighs in points per game (21.2) and rebounds per game (5.3). Shot 38.8 percent from 3-point range this season and averaged 5.9 assists. Malcolm Brogdon may have the...
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This Clippers-Pacers offseason trade is centered on Malcolm Brogdon to L.A.

During the regular season, the Los Angeles Clippers were once again a dominant team in the Western Conference, but they have run into some struggles in the NBA postseason. Who knows how far the Clippers are going to go in the postseason this year, but if they fall short of making the Western Conference Finals once again, they could look to make a major move to add a “third star” in the offseason.
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This Hawks-Pacers offseason trade features Malcolm Brogdon

This season was a roller coaster ride for the Indiana Pacers and now, they will have some major questions to answer in the NBA offseason. The first of which will deal with the future of first-year head coach Nate Bjorkgren. Near the end of the regular season, a lot of...
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Pacers' Malcolm Brogdon Tweets About His Season

Malcolm Brogdon had a fantastic season for the Indiana Pacers this season, averaging 21.2 points and 5.9 assists per game. On Sunday, the star point guard Tweeted acknowledging his season and posted some pictures from the season. "Blessed to make it through year 5 The marathon continues," Brogdon Tweeted Sunday.

Indiana Pacers season review: Grading Malcolm Brogdon

Malcolm Brogdon, Indiana Pacers - Credit: David Richard-USA TODAY Sports. The Indiana Pacers had high expectations for Malcolm Brogdon in his second season with the team, which he handled pretty well. His season got off to a blistering start as the Pacers looked like a real contender in the first few weeks of the season.

Pacers' Malcolm Brogdon: Bounces back with minute increase

Brogdon produced 24 points (9-23 FG, 4-9 3Pt, 2-2 FT), four assists, two rebounds and a steal across 29 minutes in Thursday's 142-115 loss to the Heat. As many expected, Brogdon gave it his best shot and led the team in what ended up to be the season-ending game for Indiana, Had the backcourt tandem of Brogdon and Caris LeVert stayed healthy down the stretch, the team might have had a better outcome.

Malcolm Brogdon (hamstring) questionable Thursday for Pacers

Indiana Pacers shooting guard Malcolm Brogdon (sore right hamstring) is questionable to play against the Washington Wizards in Thursday's final play-in game. Brogdon returned for Tuesday's play-in game after missing the final 10 games of the regular season with a hamstring issue. He finished with 16 points and 8 assists on 6-of-10 field goals and 3-of-5 3-pointers over just 21 minutes. Brogdon likely would have played more if the score hadn't been so lopsided. Caris LeVert (protocols) remains out, so Brogdon will continue to see a larger offensive role and he should see more playing time if Thursday's game is more competitive. The winner will advance to the playoffs as the eight-seed and the loser will be eliminated from postseason contention.
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Pacers' Malcolm Brogdon Official Status Against Wizards

Malcolm Brogdon will officially play for the Indiana Pacers against the Washington Wizards on Thursday in Washington. His status can be seen in a post below from FantasyLabs NBA. Brogdon had missed nearly three weeks with a hamstring injury before returning against the Charlotte Hornets last game. "When you're dealing...