This Pacers-Wizards Trade Features Malcolm Brogdon

Malcolm Brogdon
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Trading away Domantas Sabonis and Caris LeVert at the NBA trade deadline, the Indiana Pacers entered what they call a “re-tool process”, but like everyone else across the league, we like to call this a “rebuild process”. 

Indiana has some impressive young talents in Tyrese Haliburton and Chris Duarte, but they do not look like a team that will turn things around anytime soon, which leads them into the offseason with a handful of questions. 

The future of Myles Turner in Indiana is definitely up-in-the-air at this point, as the defensive-minded center enters the final year of his contract, as is the future of Malcolm Brogdon. 

Over the last three seasons, Malcolm Brogdon has been the Pacers’ starting point guard and he has done an excellent job of being a two-way threat for them. 

LATEST NBA NEWS & TRADE RUMORS: Why The Knicks Should Pursue Trade For Pacers’ Malcolm Brogdon

Since the start of the 2019-20 season, Brogdon has averaged 18.9 points, 5.1 rebounds, 6.3 assists, and has shot 35.2% from three-point range.

After just receiving a two-year extension on his contract, Malcolm Brogdon is now under contract through the 2024-25 season.

Should the Pacers make Brogdon available on the trade market this offseason, a handful of teams will likely inquire about the veteran guard, including the Washington Wizards. 

Looking to continue building around Bradley Beal, the Wizards recently acquired Kristaps Porzingis at the trade deadline, but this is still a team that does not look like a playoff threat in the Eastern Conference.

LATEST NBA NEWS & TRADE RUMORS: Why The Knicks Should Pursue Trade For Pacers’ Malcolm Brogdon

Washington will be looking for ways to add high-level talent in the offseason and with them desperately needing a point guard, Malcolm Brogdon could wind up being a perfect No. 2 or No. 3 option for this team offensively next to the likes of Beal and Porzingis. 

Could we see a trade in the offseason involving the Indiana Pacers and Washington Wizards? Let’s take a look at how Washington could acquire Malcolm Brogdon. 

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