The New York Knicks had a very underwhelming 2021-22 NBA season. It’s fair to wonder whether they would have been more impressed with a quality floor general.
Ofen, a high-end point guard is a finishing touch on an NBA team. While the Knicks rostered Derrick Rose, at this stage in his career, he’s probably better suited for reserve duties.
Malcolm Brogdon, on the other hand, is still starting caliber. Yes, he’s injury-prone. The Knicks would still be well-advised to chase him this summer. He’s a high-IQ floor general who spaces the floor and plays solid defense.
Meanwhile, the Pacers are expected to talk trades involving him this summer. After all, they acquired Tyrese Haliburton from the Sacramento Kings at this year’s trade deadline. He’s basically the younger, better model.
LATEST NBA NEWS & TRADE RUMORS: This Knicks-Pacers Trade Sends Malcolm Brogdon To New York
There’s been increased talk about Brogdon and the Knicks in recent weeks leading up to the 2022 NBA Draft. As Jalen Brunson’s market has heated up, the need to line up backup plans has increased.
Here are three trades that find Malcolm Brogdon on the New York Knicks where he’s more needed.