Malcolm Brogdon Rumors

All NBA Players
#13
Malcolm Brogdon
Malcolm Brogdon
Position: G
Born: 12/11/92
Height: 6-5 / 1.96
Weight:225 lbs. / 102.1 kg.
Salary: $1,544,951
Darren Wolfson: “Is Goran Dragic available [in exchange for Jimmy Butler]? Yeah, the Wolves could acquire Goran Dragic. Is Hassan Whiteside available? Yeah, the Wolves could acquire Hassan Whiteside. From Houston, you can get Eric Gordon. You can get PJ Tucker. The Rockets want Jimmy Butler. The Bucks are willing to offer Malcolm Brogdon, Eric Bledsoe—the Bucks still have interest in Jimmy Butler, but they’re not willing to move Khris Middleton. … The Clippers are also still very, very interested in Jimmy Butler.”
Michael Beasley: Two years ago, Malcolm Brogdon won Rookie of the Year with 10 points and three rebounds a game, but now Lonzo is 11-7-7 and he’s a bust? I’m a Lonzo fan. I think if you just let him play and not worry about if he can shoot or not, I think you will see a player that knows how and wants to play a complete game of basketball. Same thing with Kyle Kuzma. I liked him in college but didn’t know how skilled he was until I played against him in the NBA. Josh Hart, same thing.
With Maker on the floor, the Bucks are allowing just 102.3 points per 100 possessions, a number in line with what the league’s Top 5 defenses allowed during the regular season. “I think people always talk about the energy with Thon, but that’s selling him short,” Bucks guard Malcolm Brogdon said. “I think that’s a knock. Thon is skilled and very productive. I think he’s super talented.”
6 months ago via ESPN
Middleton has been in a shooting zone the entire series. For the four postseason games against the Celtics, he is shooting a scorching 61 percent from the field. He’s been especially hot from beyond the arc, having connected on 15 of 23-pointers in this series. That’s an off-the-charts 63 percent, easily the best percentage of any player in the playoffs who has attempted a minimum of 15 treys. “He’s playing like an All-Star right now’’ said Bucks guard Malcolm Brogdon. “That’s the ultimate compliment I can give him. When Khris is shooting the ball like that, when he’s locked in on defense, he is one of the most complete players in the league.’’
Maker, plain and simple, has been a difference-maker in this series. “I think Thon’s mental toughness is underrated,’’ Bucks guard Malcolm Brogdon said. “When you talk about toughness and grit, Thon is the definition of that. “He’s stayed locked in. He hasn’t played a lot this season, but he’s been able to come into the playoffs and play really well. There’s not many guys in the NBA who could have done that.’’ “I think he’s been the X-factor for us.’’