Malcolm Brogdon, transferred to Boston Celtics: the details of the agreement with Indiana Pacers

Boston Celtics wants to show that his recent arrival at the Finales (loss to Golden State Warriors) is not a passing issue, but the project is in an ambitious moment. And that “win now” way is demonstrated by the latest market move: the greens agreed a transfer with the Indiana Pacers to take over Malcolm Brogdonaccording to information from Adrian Wojnarowski (ESPN).

The details of the transfer of Malcolm Brogdon to the Boston Celtics

  • Boston Celtics recibe a: Malcolm Brogdon
  • Indiana Pacers host: Daniel Theis, Aaron Nesmith, Nik Stauskas, Malik Fitts, Juwan Morgan and a 2023 Draft first-round pick

What does Brogdon’s trade to Boston mean?

Without a doubt, a sporting victory for Udoka’s men, who add a piece of value to attach to the structure. Although he has had physical problems in recent years, Brogdon has proven to be a completely solid point guard, with defensive and decisive capacity from every point of view.

In the 2021-2022 he averaged 19.1 points, 5.1 rebounds and 5.9 assists in 33.5 minutes in some Pacers with little competitive capacity, especially in the second half of the year where they went into reconstruction mode. Although he is coming off the worst season of his career (31.3% in 5.2 attempts), the former Milwaukee records a 37.6% in triples throughout his history in the league.

What’s nice about the move for the Celtics, too, is that they didn’t have to trade any rotation centerpiece from the recent run to the Finals, plus Brogdon’s contract only expires at the end of 2024-2025.

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For the Pacers, for their part, the focus is on continuing to add Draft assets for their reconstruction, in addition to completely opening a gap for the use of Tyrese Haliburton as the central axis of the team’s leadership.

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