James Boyd: Malcolm Brogdon and Goga Bitadze are OUT, per Rick Carlisle. #Pacers
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Harrison Wind: Malcolm Brogdon is out for Indiana tonight.
James Boyd: #Pacers injury report: Goga Bitadze (right foot), Malcolm Brogdon (right Achilles) and Isaiah Jackson (right ankle) are probable for tonight’s game against OKC. Chris Duarte (left big toe) is questionable. T.J. McConnell, T.J. Warren, Myles Turner and Ricky Rubio are OUT.
Scott Agness: Malcolm Brogdon plans to play on Friday against OKC. “I’m at a really good place.” He has been practicing, but it would be his first game since Jan. 19. As for his approach for the final 22 games: “I want to play. I want to win.”
James Boyd: #Pacers injury report: Malcolm Brogdon (sore right Achilles) was listed as questionable for several games but has been downgraded to OUT for tonight against the Wizards. Isaiah Jackson (right ankle sprain) is also OUT. Turner, Warren, McConnell, Duarte and Rubio all OUT.
James Boyd: Malcolm Brogdon (right Achilles) is OUT today. #Pacers
James Boyd: Jalen Smith is available, per Rick Carlisle. Malcolm Brogdon (right Achilles) and Terry Taylor (non-COVID-19 illness) are OUT. Isaiah Jackson (right ankle sprain) is IN. #Pacers
Tony East: Malcolm Brogdon, on day 10 of his shutdown due to his Achilles injury, is ramping up activity and has began playing 1-on-1. He could start practicing soon, but no concrete timetable for a return to game action.
James Boyd: #Pacers injury report: Domantas Sabonis is OUT tonight against Charlotte. He’ll miss his fourth straight game due to a sprained left ankle. Also OUT, Malcolm Brogdon (right Achilles rehab), T.J. McConnell, Myles Turner and T.J. Warren.
Scott Agness: Malcolm Brogdon will be shut down for 10 days, at minimum, Pacers head coach Rick Carlisle says. They want to aggressively nail down the issues with his sore right Achilles.
Tony East: Malcolm Brogdon is OUT tonight vs the Hornets, Rick Carlisle says.
Scott Agness: Sabonis (calf), Brogdon (Achilles) and Lamb (wrist) are all questionable for tonight in Chicago. Bulls head coach Billy Donovan and Lonzo Ball are both in the protocols.
Tony East: Malcolm Brogdon will return tonight and play.
Paul Garcia: Caris LeVert is playing tonight. Malcolm Brogdon is OUT per Coach Carlisle
Kristian Winfield: Here’s the injury report for today’s game between the Nets and Pacers. Pacers could be without 5 players, including Malcolm Brogdon (hamstring), TJ Warren (concussion protocol) and Caris LeVert (sore back – questionable). pic.twitter.com/jSyK5yunSd
Scott Agness: Pacers guard Malcolm Brogdon (left hamstring strain) has already been ruled out for their game Friday in Brooklyn.
Scott Agness: Pacers guard Malcolm Brogdon leaves no doubt for opening night: “I’m playing.” He was held out with a shoulder injury after banging it on a screen in practice.
Tony East: Malcolm Brogdon says he is still questionable. He is a game time decision. pic.twitter.com/14aTev8qk0
J. Michael Falgoust: Brogdon (right hamstring): “I’m going to go out and warmup, go through my routine and see how I feel” #PacersHornets
J. Michael Falgoust: Bjorkgren on Brogdon being able to play Tuesday in play-in game: “There is a chance. He’s very close. He was out there working, sprinting, going through all the tests.” #Pacers
Tony East: Brogdon, Lamb, Sumner, Turner, and Warren are OUT for the Pacers against the Lakers. Sabonis, LeVert, and A Holiday are questionable. Dudley is OUT for the Lakers. Caruso, Davis, LeBron, McKinnie, and Schroder are questionable. Gasol and Kuzma are probable.
Tony East: Malcolm Brogdon, Jeremy Lamb, Edmond Sumner, Myles Turner, and TJ Warren are OUT for the Pacers tonight against the 76ers. JaKarr Sampson has been upgraded to questionable as he recovers from a concussion. Matisse Thybulle and Furkan Korkmaz are OUT. Joel Embiid is questionable.
Tony East: Pacers injury report for tonight’s game against the Thunder: Myles Turner: OUT JaKarr Sampson: OUT TJ Warren: OUT Goga Bitadze: OUT Jeremy Lamb: OUT Malcolm Brogdon: OUT Domantas Sabonis: game-time decision Brogdon went through pre-game work but can’t go.
Scott Agness: Pacers at OKC tonight, facing them for the second time in 11 days. JaKarr Sampson is out due to a concussion sustained from the Blake Griffin elbow. Sabonis, who has been out for two weeks with a sore back, has been upgraded to questionable — as is Brogdon, Bitadze and Lamb.
Scott Agness: Pacers injury update: Myles Turner (left ankle sprain) is out Friday in Orlando. Brogdon and Sabonis are questionable.
Scott Agness: #Pacers Brogdon, Lamb, Sabonis and Turner are all listed as questionable for tonight vs Wolves. D’Angelo Russell is probable.
Tony East: Malcolm Brogdon (sore right knee) and Jeremy Lamb (sore left knee) are both questionable for the Pacers tomorrow against the 76ers. Joel Embiid (sore left ankle) and Tobias Harris (right knee contusion) are both questionable for Philly.
Eric Woodyard: Pacers’ Malcolm Brogdon is listed as questionable (cervical strain) tomorrow vs. Phoenix, per the latest NBA injury report.
J. Michael Falgoust: Brogdon says he hasn’t talked with McMillan about how he’ll be eased back. He didn’t just have COVID-19 but had a thigh/hip muscle injury that had him on the bench before the league stopped play. Suspects he’ll be eased back. Expect restrictions. Not playing 30-35 min #Pacers
Indiana Pacers: “I’m 100%”. Malcolm with an update for the fans. “I’m feeling great, I’ve doing a lot of rehab. I’ve been doing as much as I can on this quarantine, but I’m 100%.”
Scott Agness: Malcolm Brogdon has a sore left hip and is questionable to return. It’s his seventh documented injury this season.
Eric Woodyard: Malcolm Brogdon will not return.
Mark Montieth: Sabonis and Brogdon both starting tonight for @Indiana Pacers.
J. Michael Falgoust: Brogdon (groin) will be a game time decision on Fri #PacersHeat
Scott Agness: Malcolm Brogdon (back) says he feels 100 perfect now and will play tomorrow vs Memphis.
Scott Agness: Malcolm Brogdon and T.J. McConnell ruled out tonight vs Bucks. Two-way guard Naz Mitrou-Long may receive an opportunity. Myles Turner returns to the starting lineup.
Scott Agness: Brogdon has a sore lower back and his return is questionable.
Malika Andrews: Malcolm Brogdon checks into the game for the first time to begin the second quarter. He gets a standing ovation from the Fiserv Forum crowd.
Matt Velazquez: Bud on if George Hill’s minutes tonight will be impacted by Malcolm Brogdon’s return: “George won’t play any less. I think his impact is pretty obvious to anybody.”
Malika Andrews: Malcolm Brogdon is listed as out on the NBA Injury Report for Game 5 between the Bucks and Celtics.
Chris Mannix: Mike Budenholzer said there was no further update on Malcolm Brogdon. He remains out for Game 4.
Malika Andrews: Malcolm Brogdon will be out for Game 4, Mike Budenholzer said.
John Karalis: Coach Budenholzer says he can’t commit to when Malcolm Brogdon will come back. Wouldn’t rule out a Game 4 return … just said they will continue to evaluate him
Matt Velazquez: Bud confirmed Malcolm Brogdon is out tonight. No setbacks, just not cleared to return. Also said he will stick with the starting lineup from Game 2, which included Nikola Mirotic.
Malika Andrews: The NBA’s injury report lists Malcolm Brogdon as out for Game 3.
Malika Andrews: Unsurprisingly, Mike Budenholzer didn’t commit to Malcolm Brodgon’s status for Game 3. Bud said they will see how he responds to today’s workout before determining if he plays. Sterling Brown said that Malcolm has “looked great” this week.
Kristian Winfield: Malcolm Brogdon had a positive injury update in his latest reevaluation. He could be back in the Bucks’ lineup, which would be huge for Milwaukee’s depth in the back court.
Matt Velazquez: Bud also said Malcolm Brogdon is looking more like himself, but he’s still not ready for Game 2 as expected. Hoping he continues to progress over the next 3-4 days before they make a decision on what happens next.
Matt Velazquez: Malcolm Brogdon will be OUT for Games 1 and 2 vs the Celtics. Will be reassessed after that.
Rod Beard: #Pistons Blake Griffin (sore left knee) still is listed at questionable on today’s injury report for tonight’s Game 1. #Bucks list Brogdon, Gasol, DiVincenzo and Snell as OUT. #DFS
Malika Andrews: Malcolm Brogdon, who has been out a minor plantar fascia tear, is doing some work on the Bucks’ giant trampoline at practice.
Milwaukee Bucks guard Malcolm Brogdon underwent an MRI and subsequent examination today by team physician Dr. William Raasch at Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin. The exam revealed a minor plantar fascia tear in Brogdon’s right foot. Brogdon will be listed as out and his status will be updated as appropriate.
Adrian Wojnarowski: Milwaukee’s Malcolm Brogdon is expected to miss six-to-eight weeks with minor plantar fascia tear in his right foot, league sources tell @Malika Andrews and me.
Tim Reynolds: Bucks say Malcolm Brogdon (right heel soreness) is out for the rest of this game.
Matt Velazquez: Malcolm Brogdon is out tonight with a sternal contusion sufferer vs OKC.
Matt Velazquez: Today’s injury report has Malcolm Brogdon listed as probable with a sternal contusion. Donte DiVincenzo remains out. Christian Wood is back up with the Bucks.
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I think everyone knows they kind of have to trade Russell Westbrook, that is partially why they are now entertaining keeping him. I do think, from what I’ve heard, there’s a segment within the franchise that does believe Russ could be utilized better, that this could work that they could, you know, with the right head coach with the right supporting cast, they can figure that out.
“I think the biggest thing I learned is that the League, the media, nobody will care until you’re winning,” he tells SLAM. “I could feel bad for myself all I want about [how] people didn’t respect or appreciate the season I had, or anything, but I didn’t win a lot of games. So, I think that’s been the biggest thing that I’ve locked in on and I decided within. I have to win games if I want people to respect my name, and if not, then I can’t be mad at people not watching enough games and how I really play. That’s the challenge that I’ve tried to take on. I’ve talked to teammates [and] we’re all trying to take that challenge on. I think that’s the next step for us.”
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The news of Ham’s hiring — which still hasn’t been announced by the Lakers — has been met with endorsements from those who crossed paths with Ham during his career: former coaches, teammates and colleagues lauding the Lakers for handing things over to a first-time coach. “He’s going to be honest as a coach of the Lakers, which is what I think you need in the NBA today — somebody that’s going to be honest but know how to be honest without actually just tearing you down,” former teammate Chauncey Billups, now the coach in Portland said Saturday. “What can you say? He’s won as a player. He’s won as a coach. I mean, this dude is more than qualified for the task at hand. I’m so happy and proud of him. I spoke to him last night and he was so excited.”
Years later, Billups experienced the same things with Ham as a teammate with the Pistons, one of Ham’s six NBA homes. “I’m sure if you talked to the guys that he played with, he was probably their favorite-teammate type dude. He was always so competitive,” Billups said. “He brought the heat to practice every day. Every time he got in the game, he just raised the level of play. He’s the man. Not one person would say anything bad about him. “He’s that guy.”