The Indiana Pacers are poised to have a franchise-altering NBA offseason in the coming months. After missing out on the playoffs this season, the Pacers fired Nate Bjorkgren just one year after hiring him to be their next head coach.
With the franchise looking to bring in a new face at head coach, Indiana has some vital roster decisions to make this summer, including what the future holds with Malcolm Brogdon.
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Besides Brogdon, the organization has to make a decision on who to build around for the foreseeable future. Is Caris LeVert the best guard to move forward with? Is Domantas Sabonis going to be capable of improving even more as a player in the future? What does the team do with Myles Turner and T.J. Warren ahead of next season? These are all questions that the Pacers are likely discussing as this article is being written.
If Indiana does make an advance on fielding calls for Brogdon, there are plenty of teams that should be interested in the former Rookie of the Year. Brogdon still has two years remaining on his four-year, $85 million contract that he signed as part of a sign-and-trade when he was with the Milwaukee Bucks.
With a slew of teams in the NBA in desperate need of a starting point guard this offseason, there are a handful of teams that should extend trade offers to the Pacers for Brogdon.