35 Burst results for "Malcolm Brogdon"

Brown forces OT, Celtics snap skid by beating LA 125-121

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Brown forces OT, Celtics snap skid by beating LA 125-121

"Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum were the stars for the Celtics in a one 25 one 21 overtime win against the Lakers. Brown scored 11 of his 37 points in OT and made a tying three point play with 4.1 seconds left in regulation. Tatum finished with 30 points and 11 rebounds as the Celtics entered a season high three game losing streak. Malcolm Brogdon scored 15 of his 26 points in the second half of a game that featured 19 lead changes in 15 ties. LeBron James led the Lakers with 41 points, 9 rebounds and 8 assists, Anthony Davis said at 16 points and ten boards. I'm Dave ferry.

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Tatum, Celtics roll past Hornets for 6th straight victory

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

Tatum, Celtics roll past Hornets for 6th straight victory

"The Celtics have a 6 game winning streak after Jayson Tatum and Malcolm Brogdon combined for more than half their points in a one 22 one O 6 victory at Charlotte. Tatum provided 17 of his 33 points while Boston had scored the hornets 33 19 in the third quarter. Brockton added 30 points for the Celtics who hit 19 three pointers and erased a 16 point first half deficit. I knew that I would have to take more shots, but I wasn't I purposely was not trying to force self trust trying to get good shots. The hornet's loss for the 7th time in 8 games despite LaMelo Ball, who finished with 31 points, 9 assists and 7 rebounds. I'm Dave ferry.

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Celtics pull away in 4th, beat Nets 109-98 for 5th straight

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Celtics pull away in 4th, beat Nets 109-98 for 5th straight

"Jayson Tatum and Marcus smart each had double doubles as the Celtics pulled away in the fourth quarter to beat the nets one O 9 98. Tatum delivered 20 points and 11 rebounds, while smart had 16 points in ten assists. Malcolm Brogdon also scored 16 for the Celtics who pulled away with a 12 two run in the fourth quarter. We just pick up the page, tried to push it a little bit, even if we didn't get a transition bucket. You know, we got multiple pain attacks and by 15 seconds on the shot clock we're getting an open shot. Kyrie Irving led all scores with 24 points for the nets who had won 18 of their previous 20. I'm Dave ferry.

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Celtics top Bulls 107-99, improve NBA's best record to 29-12

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Celtics top Bulls 107-99, improve NBA's best record to 29-12

"The Celtics have reached the midway point where the NBA's top record following a one O 7 99 victory over the bulls. Jayson Tatum dropped in 32 points for the Celtics. We too into against them this year. So, you know, regardless of how well we did or didn't shoot the ball, you know, I take it. Great Williams and Malcolm Brogdon, each added 20 points to help Boston win without injured guard, Marcus smart. Jaylen Brown chipped in 19 points and Al Horford provided a clutch three pointer with 24 seconds remaining. Zach lavine scored 15 of his 27 points in the fourth quarter to help the bulls make it a game. I'm Dave ferry

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Tatum's rare triple-double leads Celtics past Mavs, 124-95

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Tatum's rare triple-double leads Celtics past Mavs, 124-95

"Jayson Tatum had a triple double in the Celtics ended the Mavericks 7 game winning streak by blowing out Dallas one 24 95. Tatum had 29 points, 14 rebounds and ten assists in his second career triple double. Jaylen Brown had in 19 points for the NBA leading Celtics, Marcus smart and Malcolm Brogdon each scored 15 points. Bragg didn't wasn't surprised by his team's performance. I literally said to myself, I have no doubt we're going to respond. I have no doubt against Dallas. We're going to go in there and take care of business. So I think it's understood the resiliency of the maturity of this team. Mavs guard Luka Dončić at 23 points on 7 of 23 shooting before sitting out the fourth quarter. I'm Dave ferry.

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Tatum scores 49, Celtics hold off hot-shooting Heat 134-121

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Tatum scores 49, Celtics hold off hot-shooting Heat 134-121

"Celtics four Jayson Tatum scored the first 6 points of the game and ended with a season high 49 and a one 34 one 21 Boston victory over the Miami Heat. Tatum hit 8 of his 12 three pointers on his way to his third 40 plus point game of the season, a mark which he only needed three quarters to hit. Just kind of being in a race spot. You know, especially in the first couple minutes of the game the way we were just moving the ball, you know, and you know, I've seen a couple going out early. So, you know, just shooting in rhythm. His teammate Malcolm Brogdon added 21 off the bench. Well, forward jaylen Brown added 26 points and grabbed 7 rebounds for Boston. Great cadets, Boston.

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Celtics claim 8th straight win, beat Hawks 126-101

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00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Celtics claim 8th straight win, beat Hawks 126-101

"The Celtics made at 8 straight wins by hammering the hawks one 26 one O one Jaylen Brown scored 22 points to lead 7 cells with at least 14 Jayson Tatum flirted with a triple double producing 19 points 8 assists in 7 rebounds Derek white chipped in 16 points in ten assists for Boston which won without injured guards Marcus smart and Malcolm Brogdon the Celtic shot 55% from the field and knocked down 21 three pointers Trey young had a team high 27 points for the hawks but shot just ten of 23 including two for 7 from three point range I'm Dave ferry

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Tatum scores 36, Celtics rally to hold off Bulls 123-119

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00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Tatum scores 36, Celtics rally to hold off Bulls 123-119

"Jayson Tatum and Malcolm Brogdon combined for 61 points as the Celtics held off the bulls one 23 one 19 Tatum had 36 points and 12 rebounds in his 8th straight game with at least 20 points He also set career highs with 17 made free throws and 20 attempts Brockton had 25 points on 9 of ten shooting in Boston's second win in three games Jalen Brown added 16 points to the victory The bulls entered a two game winning streak despite demar Derozan season high 46 points Nikola vucevic had a 24 points and 12 boards for Chicago I'm Dave ferry

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Brown scores 24, Beal struggles as Celtics roll 112-94

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00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Brown scores 24, Beal struggles as Celtics roll 112-94

"Jalen Brown scored 24 points in the Celtics took advantage of the cold shooting Bradley Beal to beat the wizards one 1294 Beale missed his first 11 shots and was scoreless until the third quarter before finishing with 12 points and 8 assists Jayson Tatum dropped in 23 points and provided 5 of Boston's 21 three pointers The Celtics also had 29 assists on 36 field goals Malcolm Brogdon added 21 points as the salt stopped a two game skid Kristoff's porzingis scored 17 points for the wizards who have lost three of their last four I'm Dave ferry

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AP sources: Celtics considering suspension of Ime Udoka

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

AP sources: Celtics considering suspension of Ime Udoka

"Two sources tell The Associated Press that the Celtics are planning to discipline head coach DOCA because of an improper relationship with a member of the organization One of the people with knowledge of the situation says the team has decided that assistant coach Joe Missoula will take over the team on an interim basis if you don't is suspended ESPN first reported Wednesday night that a suspension was under consideration for the team policy violation The Celtics are widely considered among the favorites to contend for an NBA title this season They acquired guard Malcolm Brogdon after reaching the finals last season following two games short of the championship I'm Dave ferry

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"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast

Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast

02:36 min | 7 months ago

"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast

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"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on Winning Plays

Winning Plays

02:08 min | 7 months ago

"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on Winning Plays

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"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on Winning Plays

Winning Plays

04:15 min | 7 months ago

"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on Winning Plays

"Moves across the rest of the NBA. Come up here in just a bit, but BRAW back to the Celtics here for now. We touched on the Malcolm Brogdon move. But Boston also pulling the trigger on another deal yesterday reaching agreement on a contract with danilo Gallinari. Can you tell us a little bit about that player and what he's going to bring to the table for Boston? Yeah, this is a big upgrade to the offense. I think we've gown Ari, someone he's going to the tail end of his career. He's at 34 years old, but the good news here for the Celtics is that he picked you over other teams are offering more money. So this kind of shows you right now, Tim, where do they stand in the player hockey player hierarchy around the league? Because you could look at what they did, injuries, wise, benefiting from that on the way to the NBA Finals, but it's clear that people are buying into what they're doing or buying into them over other potential playoff teams in these Chicago Bulls here in this instance with Gallinari, but he's a sharpshooting, stretch for and the question I have, I mean, you've seen him a lot over the years. It's like, how well is he going to hold up defensively, but they might have enough weapons here just to hide him on that challenge. Absolutely, right? That's definitely the strength of Boston. And I think you bring up a good point. To me, the two question marks coming into this off season for Boston. In terms of their approach and how things were going to shake out. We're number one was ownership going to be willing to pay. You know, you saw what Golden State paid for an NBA championship. What was it over $300 million when all in with the tax and everything like that? They answered that question with the Malcolm Brogdon contract so far. And the second thing and it's a great point by you was how attractive is Boston going to be for free agents moving forward and you go back to that series against the nets two years ago, right?.

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"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on Winning Plays

Winning Plays

03:34 min | 7 months ago

"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on Winning Plays

"And even if they don't, I think the one thing that you can fall back on is the last deadline for the Boston Celtics in what Brad Stevens did with shipping out a couple pieces that, you know, I think Danny ainge probably would have held on to. So if some of these don't wind up fitting, I think Brad Stevens is shown that he is not shy about moving off of him, but more importantly, I think they've done a tremendous job at identifying guys that kind of fit what they do. I mean like Malcolm Brogdon shooting over 40% from three on catch and shoot threes, which is what he's probably primarily going to be asked to do. That's a huge addition. And when you look at why they kind of fell short, a big reason why was they didn't have that wing to go along with jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum to kind of rely on Celtics have gone out and addressed that and early on, might I add in the off season so far I think it's been a home run for Stevens. It has. And the one other big you brought 2019 there, Tim. I feel like the one other big difference of this core group versus what the trouble is that group had together was everyone here is essentially on a long-term contract. The guys I brought in brogden, you're trading from, he's here for three more years. Gallinari got a two year deal. It's a player option in year two, but he's someone who's just chasing a ring at this point in his career. Brogden as well has gotten paid. So now he's not working worried about making a name for himself or heading into a contract here..

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"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on Winning Plays

Winning Plays

05:50 min | 7 months ago

"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on Winning Plays

"An NBA free agency special for you right here on 95 the sports up so if you want to jump in, do you have any questions about potential moves or moves that have already been made? Not only with the Celtics, but across the NBA now is the time to jump in. 6 one 7 7 7 9 zero 98 5 is the telephone number. B rob. But an interesting 72 hours or so across the whole NBA lot to things we want to get to, whether that's the Kevin Durant drama, the Kyrie Irving drama, whether that's Malcolm Brogdon, do you have enough time here Tim? The Rudy Gobert disaster at least I think for Minnesota will get into that and obviously a couple moves already by the Celtics. Obviously, we're going to start with the Sam Hauser story. Now I'm kidding. Malcolm Brogdon, going to the Boston Celtics. A bombshell, honestly. And I don't think that's an overreaction yesterday because when you kind of looked at across the landscape of the league, right now, what do you think is probably the second biggest name to move so far this off season? I'm not saying it's going to wind up that way, but you're talking about a guy that legitimately averages 20 points a game shoots the hell out of the basketball. Good defender. And the Celtics not only acquire them, but acquire them without giving away one of their what? 8 rotation players on top of it. So your initial thoughts when this trade first went down. I feel like Tim, when we, with this trade, if I brought this up to you as a trade proposal, like, say, last week, we're talking about possibilities you would have laughed me out of the room. Yeah, yeah. So here's what the sun is going to do here. They're going to take Daniel tice, they're going to take Aaron D Smith, they're going to take three deep bench guys, and a first round pick, and that's going to get a Malcolm brag to be like, good luck with your fake trades. It's unbelievable. But then it happened. It happened and now the Celtics obviously, the depth on this team is absolutely ridiculous. So I want to get into kind of what that means for them. But quickly, for people that aren't necessarily familiar with this player, B rob. What are the Celtics actually getting in Malcolm Brogdon? I know that he looks at Chris sale and thinks that Chris sale is an Iron Man when it comes to staying on the field or on the court right now. He's missed at least 16 games every season since his rookie year. So durability, not exactly a strength, but when you're talking about question marks about his game overall, it feels like that's pretty much the only one. Pretty much. I mean, defensively, he's has some he's not going to blow anyone away there from that standpoint in terms of what he's able to do, but he holds his own, but there's no question the offensive end of the floor is where he does the most was damage. And he was essentially the number one option for the pacers for a lot of last year. Payments a bonus when he was still there kind of switched off in that department, but whether he was with the bugs or in Indiana, he's someone who can create for himself, he can create welfare his teammates, and I think the true combo garve from the standpoint Tim that you can play them and he's a dead eye three point shooter..

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"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on Winning Plays

Winning Plays

04:08 min | 7 months ago

"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on Winning Plays

"And guess what? We're only 24 hours into NBA free ANC and boy do we have a lot to talk about. Malcolm Brogdon, the biggest move of the day, something's trading for him, giving up Daniel tice, Aaron E Smith, in a future protected first round pick to bring in the pacers card along with some other guys as salary filler that we don't really have to mention here. Danilo Gallinari also will be joined the subjects after he clears waivers layer this week signing for the full taxpayer mid level, Ryan, subjects are very busy here out of the gate, creating what I think arguably is the deepest team in the NBA, at least on paper right now, at least in the Eastern Conference, initial impressions of these moves. Let's start off writing. Certainly, interesting moves. It's not, I don't think, unexpected that they would make moves like this, but it is interesting that everybody put out their TPE targets and MLE targets, including me. I'm not knocking it. And then they got guys who weren't on any of those lists, because it was bigger than the TP, but is functionally the trade that they made that people were looking for into that TPE slot. And then Gallinari was partial guarantee, but was under contract. Nobody was exactly sure where that was going to go. And then he gets traded and then waved and now he's on the market and so sort of two guys who would have made sense under the context of knowing their availability. I think would have been natural targets for the team. But we just, you know, a lot of stuff has changed, not just for the Celtics, but across the entire league in the past 24 or 36 hours. So yeah, brogden, I think you look at both of them and say, we came into the off season saying that their number one priority would be a wing. And then they added a power forward and a guard. And so from that perspective, it's like,.

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Winners, losers from the Rudy Gobert trade to the Timberwolves

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

Winners, losers from the Rudy Gobert trade to the Timberwolves

"A person with knowledge of the deal says senator Rudy Gobert has been dealt by the jazz to the Timberwolves for four first round draft picks between 2023 and 2029 along with Patrick Beverly Malik Beasley and the rights to 2022 first rounder walker Kessler ESPN first reported the deal and says Jared Vanderbilt is also going to Utah The AP is also learned that Chicago guard Zach lavine and trailblazer center Yusuf nurkic are staying put after accepting new contracts and that the Celtics have required guard Malcolm Brogdon from the pacers for a 2023 first round pick and 5 backup forwards I'm Dave

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"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

06:18 min | 7 months ago

"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

"It's not going to be a dump because no team's taking on multiple years at that salary. It's not a dump, meaning no team is going to give you one of their good players and take one of them back. They're going to say, I actually, it's going to be a team that needs a player like smart or white and has excess at another particular spot and might make that swap straight up. You know, that would make sense. Like, would you do Derek white for Marcus Morris right now? Snapping those swapping those salary straight up. You and Joe sway love the good old days. I'm just saying, I don't love Marcus Morris. I'm saying it's salary for salary and filling a position of greater need where you do have a redundancy. No, I'd rather have them. We talked about the value of having these guards because broadband is going to get hurt. You guys who can step in for them and continue to produce at that spot..

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"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

03:10 min | 7 months ago

"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

"And he's going to play next to cat. I don't understand it. All right, they need a defect. It is a tweet that he apparently wanted to get out so fast. He didn't put any details because I think you know somebody's coming out coming up behind it. The tweet says only Utah is trading Rudy Gobert in Minnesota. Nothing else. So let's wait for some details in here. This is another interesting and fun one to talk about as well. But what the hell is going on? Unreal. What an off season so far. Yeah. Annie Macon moves gets a first Royce O'Neal and now trades Rudy. So they'll try to stick with Mitchell. It looks like. Unless they trade both, which I don't think is a bad idea for them, 'cause they are nowhere close to winning. So did you see were you seeing on Twitter earlier today? Wind horse had this funny segment where it was like he was like I heard about it. I didn't see it. So it was interesting because he's like, I'm telling you, he's like, the most interesting thing going on now is what's happening in Utah. And let me tell you why I broke it down, trading a starter for a first round pick for no reason at all. And he's like, and what he was clearly intimating is Utah's about to send everything packing. So just watch. You know, like it's about to get something's happening in Utah, you know? They brought in a rookie coach, okay, very young. And the comparison he said was, you know, when what happened when they hired Brad Stevens, they traded all their traded Durant. They mean they traded. They traded KG. They traded pierce. And that was the parallels make it. So now you've brought in a rookie head coach with no experience, signed him long term. To oversee what, okay? To oversee a rebuild, potentially, to grow with younger pieces to bring in younger pieces and groom them. And that's what he was kind of thinking. He's like, something is really going on in Utah. So here we go. They're going to Danny. They're going to Danny process this thing all over again. Acquire some picks and try to hit some home runs. The tank up a loser heading into next year is pretty significant. When you have potentially 5 difference making players that people are knocking themselves out over to get into and that's before the college season even begins and four of these guys aren't even in the car in the college ranks. You're talking G league elite sort of stuff. So there's some incredible names and a lot of teams are scrambling to get into that lottery for next year. So again, this is another reason why if you're a team like the Celtics, great, anyone wants to clear money and blah blah blah and take on this and that will do it for you. You got to wonder if Mitchell's the next move here. I mean, I can't see him staying. No, and I don't know where he ends up in Miami would be interesting for him. They've been connected to him that's the hero thing. They can stack a couple of young guys out of that deal as well as some picks, but the interesting deal I saw that could come together here and makes a lot of sense..

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"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

05:27 min | 7 months ago

"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

"To move him in and out of there because the thing was smart is he might not have started, but he closed a lot because he was valuable to what you, what you brought there and, you know, especially when you're protecting leads late in games. And that's going to happen a lot. I still think smart's immensely valuable. So you have to, I think, and do this season saying, you're still of enormous stature on this team. This isn't a guy coming in to replace you. This isn't a guy filling your playmaking deficiencies and moving you off the ball. There are so many ways that this could be received wrong from him in particular. And then adding that, adding to that, moving him to the bench. I don't think it's a great formula for getting the best out of smart because if smart TA, you still want him to be his most focused motivated, active self, right? Because he's an enormous part of what they're doing on defense. Still, I think the point guard at this team right now. I think it's close between those two in terms of overall passing, rather than you hope can improve them throughout the flow of the lineups here, but it is a little awkward because woj drops this drops this and you know wages a team guy drops this line that this solves the playmaking need and the smart receive that is, oh, I couldn't do it. Like how personally did smart take that playmaking point guard status on the I mean, it's very like a badge of honor. It's been a chip on his shoulder and it honestly it's been a chip on the shoulder of Celtics fans who I don't know why continued to insist that Marcus smart is one of those guys strictly offensively. He's not. He's clearly bottom third of the league. Just in terms of what he can bring to the table offensively, it's just canceled out by his ability to defend because his value is so high because he is this big defensive player of the year caliber guard. Who switchable and does all of these things. So it cancels out, but if you just cut him in half and just looked at him offensively, he's clearly bottom third of the league and I don't know why people defend it. It's not an insult. You're looking at the whole player and the whole player is immensely valuable, but I've always said with smart that I believe he's that guy who you put in there to give the game what it needs instead of say you're the point guard run the show make everyone around you better. I've never, ever thought that that was what he does best. I thought he was the best suited on the roster that they had to do it. But why do we delude ourselves into believing that he's actually good at it? He's not, he's not. And it's not an insult because he's still an outstanding basketball player for everything that he does and also a capable point guard. But you needed a little bit more from that position. So I just don't think it's that insulting to say that. You know, I don't know why you can point to certain players and be like, he's not great defensively, but then you continue to insist that somebody who's not great offensively is. His track record throughout his career is that he's not a terrific offensive player, both in terms of his ability to shoot, to get by people and get to the rim to finish at the rim. And as a distributor, he's pretty good. He's not great. He's not an exceptional ball handler. He's pretty good..

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"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

05:05 min | 7 months ago

"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

"Rugby trade. That was sorry I couldn't make it today. I'm about to go live at hunters and sell them from three to 6. So after the show come on over. But I couldn't not comment on the tree of the year, trade of the century. Malcolm Brogdon to the Boston Celtics. I've been begging for this trade to happen for years. And I'm finally right. I hit on something. I knew Brad Stevens was a massive fan of brogden. He's talked about him many times over his coaching career. And it was just a matter of time before this match was made. Love the south barely gave up anything for it, and you Smith and I know when you taste round two wasn't so fun. I pick and poop poop isn't Aaron nee Smith pooh pooh platter, I guess I can call it. But hey, Celtics. Gallinari self skip Brogdon. They haven't lost anybody of importance, really? And you're not for another long playoff run here. Nobody happier than Jimmy toscano. Yeah, that's great reporting, right? Right from sati. Jimmy, he's about to go live. He's a musician, by the way. Check out his stuff every time he gives you a plug. If you're in the area, you should go check it out. I like to see him in a little bit. Now that the summer's here, you'll probably see us popping in and out of those things when we can as well. So Jimmy is definitely a huge Malcolm Brogdon fan. And again, I just haven't seen anything negative here. So just in terms of anybody, it really comes down to fit here. And what you expect. Fit and health. And what do you expect the Celtics to do? Again, I'll throw it out there. You know, do you see a world in which this flops and flip flops? Do you see starting them both? Do you see if they're both on the roster to start opening day? Or do you see brogden coming off the bench? I think he comes off the bench. You got to stick with the double big lineup that was the best in the NBA. Do you? Yeah, how can you not? It was plus 24 John the number insane over 400 minutes. They were unstoppable. But does that mean it can't be better? Well, maybe going that direction when it stops working, but to this point, that lineup hasn't come close to me. Again, it didn't come close because it was the best 5 players that they had also at the times and that was undoubted. That was undoubtedly the defense was unbreakable too..

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"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

05:44 min | 7 months ago

"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

"For 50% welcome bonus on your first deposit. Bet online, where the game starts. If you want to look at it and say, they'll keep all these guys in place. Figure out the minutes and the rotation. Maybe they go toward a smaller lineup, like you kicked around OS video, John and move forward to the bench. These are all possibilities of making this work. Plus Brockton's a shooter who projects to fit better next to smart than some of the other guys. He could sort of be that off ball, secondary facilitator here. But then you look at him and say, he's not solving your playmaking issues if he's in that white roll off the ball. Funneling the ball through the corner. He's a guy you want on the ball a ton if he's going to solve those issues. So that's where I, that's where I fall here because that moves smart back to shooting guard that moves white off the ball a bunch and you effectively have two guards who struggle to shoot who are going to be off the ball more next to brogden here. So I do wonder how this all takes out fit wise. I know everyone's going to freak out over it because, you know, there's a lot of Marcus love here. I don't think it's off the table that Malcolm Brogdon starts at point guard in Marcus smart kicks kick to the bench. That's why I think a Durant. This is where he spent the majority of his career. It's not blasphemy to think that that's a direction that they would potentially go because I would hear respond to that. Well, it doesn't matter because he's done it his whole life. And yeah, how does he respond? I don't know. He feels disrespected and then he goes out and he shows you that he's the man. I don't think he's going to take his ball and go home or tank the season. I think it's possible. Do you bring brogden off the bench? It's also possible. Do you play them both? And Jalen at the three with Tatum at the four and a single big? Yeah, maybe I don't know. Again, we're going to obsess over starting lineup and it's not going to matter as much. What this does is it gives you a lot more combinations that you can use without sacrificing so much. Every single time right now, what brogden brings to you is an offensive presence you didn't have when you sit Tatum and or brown. Every lineup I feel when those guys when one of those two was off the court was so limited, especially when you had white alongside performing poorly offensively and prichard when his shot wasn't falling and you'd put some of those lineups out there and be like, I don't know if they're ever going to score. And now it gives you more ability to have two scorers on the floor at all times. The ball, you're super and you're flexible and you throw in Gallinari who can also shoot and gets you buckets. You have offense now without having to worry only one guy on the floor right now can score. That's a totally different dynamic than what you had before. What a transformational day for this team. Even if this is it, I think people would be thrilled if this is it going in the next year, Vegas now calling the Celtics the title favorites I saw in one spot..

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"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

01:53 min | 7 months ago

"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

"It's brogden smart and white. So honestly, white's going to be really hard to trade with the contract and his performance last year. So you may be forced to not be forced to. Smart might be the only way you kind of get off, you know, or, you know, potentially, you know, get another piece or, you know, like I said, or roll up. At this point, I don't know. That's a lot. That's a chance this could be a reverse of the white move, definitely. And you trade him for a wing potentially or something. You could, but I don't know if I don't know who's taking him on at that money after what we saw, you know? Yeah, I mean, it could make some sense depending on how the nets come together. I don't think anybody would be bummed out if, look, if last off season, if last season at the deadline, they made this brogden trade and not the white trade. I think people would have been thrilled. I think people convinced themselves that white was the right piece. He was not the right piece. I'm sorry, guys. And it's not based only on performance. The team needed other things and things that he wasn't able to provide. They projected forward that he might be able to do more than what he'd done previously in his career offensively. And in fact, he went in the other direction. So you got the worst of everything. It wasn't a perfect fit to begin with. And he performed very poorly. At least on the offensive end, he regressed. You can talk to yourself and all the other stuff he did, but nobody said that's what he was going to do and would have been excited about it. Yeah, nobody said it. All we have to do is come here. Yeah. If people said at the time of the trade, all he has to do is come here, score 6 points a game and shoot 29% from three. That'll be perfect. No, that's not what you expected. You thought he was going to get better next to the Jays as a shooter. You thought he'd really solve the connectivity issues that they were dealing with at the time. And instead it got worse as the postseason progressed, and he couldn't factor in it at all. So yeah, this definitely could be the beginning of the end of wait's time here. We want to take.

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"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

04:29 min | 7 months ago

"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

"A blockbuster by Celtic standards by, you know, I mean, this is a big trade. What's most interesting to me about this trade will get into the particulars in a minute. Something went out and did the thing, we weren't sure if they would do this need for a playmaking point guard, but the entire conversation around Malcolm Brogdon, who they just acquired from the Indiana Pacers was instead of Marcus smart or instead of what they have now. And it doesn't mean another move isn't forthcoming. And it could be and we'll discuss that as well. But in tandem with or in addition to for the cost that they paid here, I mean, this is a freaking heist. And what are we talking about on the last show, Bobby? If teams want to dump quality players because they just don't want to pay them anymore, this is what you have to do if you're the Celtics at this point. You've got to pay for it. You got to get into that tax. You got to spend, you got to not be worried about it. And acquire the talent, if people are going to serve it up. So you just gave away nothing. Smith, Ted tice, nee Smith, a bunch of spare parts. Another pick. When you're contending and you are and you're loading up, that pick means nothing, okay? Those picks mean a lot when you kick them down the road and you don't know how you're going to be in a few years and you factor in those pick swaps. That's when you start to take on risk with these picks. If you were a team that's pretty certain. And right now, the Celtics have already moved to favorites in the sports books to win the title, not to contend to win the title with the moves today of acquiring Malcolm Brogdon and earlier Gallinari. And you know what Bobby, what's still, what do they still have? Smart? A teepee..

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Defending champ Bucks rout Pacers for 7th straight win

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Defending champ Bucks rout Pacers for 7th straight win

"It's now a seven game winning streak for the box after Jana synthetic portal over twenty six points and thirteen rebounds and one eighteen one hundred rather the Pacers the last two games I think in B. okay one now they've just taken tougher world played well they construe our they scored eleven of his twenty three points while Milwaukee outscored Indiana thirty nine twenty seven in the third quarter taking a seventeen point lead holiday has been hiding averaging nineteen point seven points in the last four victories he also had nine assists and seven rebounds against Indiana as the Bucks improved to thirteen and eight caris levert led the Pacers with a season high twenty three points Malcolm Brogdon had sixteen I'm Dave Ferrie

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Short-handed Bucks still on point in 119-109 win at Indiana

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Short-handed Bucks still on point in 119-109 win at Indiana

"Milwaukee held off a late Indiana rallied for a one nineteen one oh nine win the bucs were up by eighteen early in the fourth before the Pacers cut the lead to five only to see the defending NBA champs pull away on us and on the group just missed a triple double with thirty points ten rebounds and nine assists Khris Middleton had twenty seven in Grayson Allen added nineteen Malcolm Brogdon led Indiana with twenty five points the bucs are now three and one while the Pacers fall to one in three Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"At one hundred percent this year and with rick who think history has shown i think there was. I remember. Mark cuban talking about this once that you know one of the reasons he hired. Rick initially was his team's always. There's always a big bounce in year. One there's always a big improvement in your one with rick carlisle teams and i think people would expect that with your group. You look around the eastern conference and you go. We're fit in in the east when you look at your talent having rick in. Is this the team people kind of just keep forgetting about. But it's a pretty damn good starting five you have. It is it's a. It's a very solid starting five. We have a lot of with five young bets. that's how i would describe it Guys that have been in the league for anywhere from six to eight years in that starting lineup and You know guys that can play. Gaza proven Guys that are in their second contracts so agendas stats and all. That really should be put. Aside should be about winning. And i think that's going to be the focus. This season is just getting back to playing the right way. Getting back applying together and Trying to win games. That's that's the gay malcolm brogden. Thank you for jumping in the water bowl. Fantasy football league. You can sign up through wednesday. The twenty fifth you can go to the brogden family foundation website. You can go to your twitter account. Malcolm brogden seven and there's a. There's a brogden foundation twitter account so you can click on the link there and see how you can get in there but malcolm good luck with that enjoy the rest of what is left for the summer and i know we'll catch you the season. Yes sir well. Thank you to today's interview with malcolm. Brogden has been fueled by gatorade. Whatever path you take the greatness. Gatorade is there to fuel. It greatness starts with g. Thirty for thirty podcasts. And the undefeated present the king of crenshaw this four part series examines how nipsy hustles life death and legacy impact the sports world particularly the nba. Here demar rosen is as a thomas and demarcus cousins among others explore the realities of life as a black man in america. Nipsy dedication the south. La and his community and how nipsy inspired millions the marathon continues the king of crenshaw listen now on sirius. Xm pandora.

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"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"You partnered with a company that they essentially made ceramic water filters in africa. Right and in the eco region of south africa. It's remarkable i. I we do have that in common. I did a senior thesis to it. Was on the Impact on college basketball. That's what we were doing over in journalism school. So you know comparable impact on the world malcolm but no. It's it's remarkable and you you when when you come out of virginia chris long. Who's your another. Uva great and obviously super bowl winning nfl player. He had his water boys initiative. Which i think. Initially you partnered with right into right and then but And then now you have the have your own. The brogden family foundation. But this goes back to for you ten years old with your parents. Your mom's been chair the chair of the psychology department at morehouse. Your dad's attorney. You took a family trip. I think at ten and then maybe another as a young teenager to to eastern africa. What happened on that trip for you. So when i was ten i was able to go west after gamma in the second trip i was able to go to south africa. Emily which is southern. East africa And ghana saw the poverty for the first time in my life that people were going through. It was a different level of need That i had seen her experience. And then i went back when i was fourteen to me. The need and the poverty was even worse At that point. I'd i'd even as a young kid. I decided i wanna make a difference here. I wanna help. I may not have the means or The resources of the connections to do it right now but at some point. I'm going to come back. And i'm going to help in whatever way i can And then in college. I made it sort of you know you know. You mentioned my parents and what they do for a living. Education was huge for us. So i took my. I took my grades. I took my class work extremely serious. I got my master's that's what my thesis was on and Really focused on clean water and then after college. I partnered with chris long foundation to have hoops to and and abroad hoops to over to my foundation. And it just continued the work trying to help people. And i mean we're gonna see this in like climate change evolves in this world and we see migration become a big factor in this global crisis. I i only imagine the need for what you're doing malcolm and for what what other people need to do. Clean water the ability for people to be able to feed people in the world to be able to create clean water wells To build wells where communities where people were young people can go and be able to get clean water and not have to spend their entire day or their entire existence searching for it and not be able to go to school not be able to get an education. I imagine what you're doing and the the need has only become it's become more dire absolutely and you know when you foundation is a huge focus on equity gender equity and when you mentioned you know kids being having to search for water a lot of times the kids in the family and it's the girls that's why the girls education so heavily impacted. That's why they're at such a disadvantage to get their education and To really excel in life to get job opportunities after school is because their schooling is is at a huge disadvantage are not able to go to class because they're searching for water because they're out all day long having to do the grant of the of the housework including going and finding clean water for the family so it's it's becoming a bigger problem As climate change as you know droughts especially in different parts of africa there. They've always been droughts but then drought or getting longer and longer so it's definitely becoming more of a dire need for people especially in those world communities in africa. Different parts basket it to happen. Water malcolm when you when you talk right now within the players association and being a part of that executive committee and obviously there's a transition here. Chris paul's had two tenures. Essentially to four year runs as president and he stepped. You know. He did not run for reelection siege as a new president. When you're talking now with among your group and you guys talk with the league. How much still to you is there. How much uncertainty is. They're still on next season. What it's gonna look like for teams with vaccinations with certainly even with most players league are vaccinated mo- most team officials are vaccinated coaches but we're seeing vaccinated people test positive. We're seeing them. Get ill but obviously if you are vaccinated. You're you know in almost every case you're preventing yourself from becoming gravely ill and that's the important part but how the lee manages this going forward. How you guys manage this with the league. What what does that conversation like right now. In and how much still seems to be up in the air with one of their ongoing conversations. I mean these are conversations in the past that would before covet would end. Once a season started everything was set in stone. We had a cba. You know it was sort of a written contract that everybody would abide by. Now it's fluid conversation. Things are changing rapidly as the virus rates. Drop in increase You know we have to make adjustments you know where we see them fit So you know it's important you know we still have guys on where They're saying about two guys per team are not getting vaccinated. And that's been a big topic of discussion Because there have been some that are like no. Everybody needs to be vaccinated. This isn't a question this is killing people And then you know. I think most players even guys like myself that are vaccinated or like no. It's a it's a choice. it's a choice. You can be vaccinated get vaccinated or you cannot but if you're not going to be vaccinated this is what we have agreed on if you're not gonna vaccinated your testing on the daily is far more Throughout the season's going to be far more. It's going to be more of a hassle for you if you're not going to be vaccinated. You have to get tested more often but like you said the the the tricky part is even the vaccinated people are getting sick. So that throws a little bit of a wrench and unknown to everything because no one is safe but I think testing is is really the key. That's the way we can catch early and the way we can avoid as many disruptions this season as possible absolutely and so Malcolm so you guys will get together. The pacers will get together early for camp. You guys plan to get everybody back sooner. And you look at the eastern conference. Listen to pacers have been a perennial. Playoff team would savona miles. You now kerris..

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"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"Sometimes the longer you stay in school maybe the more they pick apart your game or take you for granted or when you were coming out or maybe thinking about after your sophomore junior year. Should i come out. What was the knock on you. What were they saying about you that that you just weren't you weren't lottery. Pick even though history shows. Of course you should have been funny. You say that you're talking like your meat. But the stigma me was. I'm not athletic enough. The stigma was also bigger than me. It was on. Virginia had a stigma of not producing pros so it was like no matter how well i played they were like we've never seen these virginia cash. Translate we've never seen them. Come to the league. And ben good probes so there was a stigma me but also a bigger stigma and it was hard. I feel like me joe justin. We were able to break that stigma. That's why you have tie and de'andre in these other guys. They continue to break the segment but they came after us and people then suddenly realize like all. These guys are really good pros like no. We expect these guys to be slaughtering first round picks. They come from one of the best programs in the country. They dominated in college. Like now we're going to respect them as if they came from kentucky. Urdu we're going to draft them high and expect them to be really good pros so i think it was a stigma personally but also bigger stigma that Virginia didn't produce pros. And we've we've sort of broken that that glass ceiling and malcolm here's why that's even dumber because all anybody in the nba has tried to do for the last. I don't know maybe six years seven years the tried to hire your coach into the nba. I mean tony. Bennett has been the one college coach every year. Teams quietly reach out to tony. Every year says no thanks. I'm happy here. And so that always fascinates me. His players don't translate to the nba. Well then why did. Why does everybody want to hear the coach into the nba. Get yeah why are you chasing him. If he doesn't translate no no. I knew he was on the run for the milwaukee job when bodnars. I got the job. He was out there. He was on the run And you know. I think for for coach bennett. I think he's happy at. Uva he's not someone it's not in his character to be searching for greener grass on the other side. He's happy where he is. He's really trying to build something. He's trying to build a legacy He's trying to see his work through at uva. And that's what. i think. You gotta love about him. I think listen you you you come into the league you win rookie of the year and then obviously you grow with that with that bucks team and that core of jaanus in chris middleton when you got to the point where you know. It's funny when you're a second round. Pick your contract comes up quicker than the first round pick. Who does his rookie extension. It's it's it's a different timetable. And you were on that and it's usually rare that a second round pick becomes kind of player you do and then there's just like a quicker decision that's got to be made about your future and financially how it works and when you get to the point where you've got to decide between the kind of financial opportunity that was going to be there in a signing trade with indiana eighty five million dollars so versus what it might have been. Try to stay in milwaukee and either take less sore just say. Hey you know the messages financial you don't fit into the structure of what we're doing. And what do you remember about that crossroad. And it's it was just a decision you had to make as a player that that guys of your caliber typically don't have to make that early and it just again. It's because you went in the second round. Instead of the first and how the extension structure essentially a setup right will let me say there's beauty in going in the second round One year if your agents good. He can try to drop to a to a team. That is a better fit. Or you know you can sort of shape which team you go. And then your contract comes up sooner your second contract but You know during that period. I remember looking back on it. I took it very personal it for you as a player. People say it's not personal. It's just businesses out of business works. Yes but for these play for us. We're being shipped to help move to a different city. We're moving our family with us so it's a completely. It's completely uploading your life. It is personal but looking back on it now. I realized how much it actually is. Just business I was really angry about not being able to stay and get paid because that was ideal. I felt like man. I i did my thing. In milwaukee. I played well my third season. I fifty forty ninety How could they not want to pay me. You know my dad. I think my values But would allow the time in the nba. Which you think your value is or what you think you should get and what you're going to get are what someone else has plan for. You is completely different And that was a thing with milwaukee. Milwaukee really wanted me. They wanted me to stay. They were upset when they lost me But they don't wanna pay me eighty five for to stay. They didn't think i was worth eighty five to pay and stay Which looking back. Maybe they were right. They went ahead and one championship. I mean at this point. There are no hard feelings. I do think it's business. I think it's personal when you get moved but at the end of the day they're making a business decision based on financial means and and trying to win a championship malcolm. I'm fascinated by this. Your senior thesis at the university of virginia was what was on clean..

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"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"malcolm brogdon" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"Avert comes in as part of that big deal with brooklyn houston. And obviously they find. Luckily he gets his physical. They find a tumor essentially that they take out. He's able to come back and play but you didn't have them for a very long time and it's hard certainly coming off that and trying to integrate him into the team you got into the play in and you're out there. Did you get a sense of really what this team could be like with him with. Some bonus miles You know counter your core guys. Di- did you really we ever able to get a sense of last year of what this team might be able to look like honestly i wasn't I haven't over the past two years. I haven't gotten a sense of what the team can look like. Because when victor was here He was out he was out for majority. He was out for all last season and came back. Or all the my first season indiana and then came back last season just for a little bit before you know he was traded and then cares came you know towards the end of the season. So miles was injured when i came back. I mean we've had injuries to Big minute guys on this team and it just happened that non opportune time. So it's i haven't gotten a feel of what the same can become or or be malcolm you talked to rick carlisle about what this team needs and what it should look like. What were the one or two things are have been the one or two things that you've that you feel really important to get through to him about as a leader on that team is is one of the elite players. There we need. We need this from you structure You know. I think that's one of the ways just watching Watching film on his team's especially the dallas teams even when he was here in indiana. His team's thrive because he provided enough structure teams that have too much structure become robots teams. That have no structure play too loose in there to reckless to up and down Teams that have the right amount of structure have sort of the foundation that they need The sort of the motion offense that they can always rely on and fall back on but they also have the confidence and freedom to play their game. And i think that's what the balance rick carlisle will bring to us. Gatorade knows there are many paths to greatness. How you get there is up to you sometimes. You gotta grinded it out to get up early and put in the work even when you're not feeling one hundred sometimes. It takes stink focused on a goal. Knowing where you wanna be and you'll have to port everything in to get their other times. You just need to dig deep and show some guts to be brave and never let anything stand in the way of what you can accomplish. Then there's the days you just have to get in the gym and see some gains the put in all the reps and get stronger each day. But whatever path you take the greatness. Gatorade is there to help fuel. The journey because greatness starts with g malcolm having been drafted into the league in milwaukee. You were there largely at the ground floor of what became a kind of a championship journey for that group. You're there think your last game in milwaukee was the elimination game in conference finals against toronto. When you know that those guys go on and win what was it like to see the bucks kind of finish something off that you were there for a good part of that journey with most of the several. Think certainly the key guys who were teammates and guys you grew in the league with To be honest it was bittersweet there was a piece that was like man like There was no regret so let me say that there was no regret like man. I wish i would have stayed. I thought i think everything happens for a reason in life and i also think I made the best decision for myself. My family at the time and they're no regrets and becoming in the end. I i've enjoyed playing here. But there's you know there's also a side to it that you're thinking dang like I can possibly had a ring. Things don't always work out if you stay situation. But i can possibly had rang but you look at that time. You look at those guys at team. Janas chris They work hard grinded. they've been through a few coaches they. They'd been through some tough times. So i the the utmost respect for those guys For sticking with it in grinding. Because i think i think gagliano he deserves it. He worked incredibly hard That's one thing i always say about. Yannis he's an incredibly hard worker and they have to guys on that team. They just have good people. You mentioned jaanus and i think the people who spend every day with him obviously understand that the best. But we're you see where he in the ways he dominated in the finals and how he dominated to see where he was a player and how he kept working on his weaknesses and then turn them into strengths. And what i always really admire about him is you can be like if he throws an air ball if he shoots an air ball if he misses a bunch of threes if he misses free throws he comes back at you even harder. Doesn't you can see some guys who go into a shell and the embarrassment of it kind of makes them pull back and yannis is gonna come down on the next trip and try to dunk it on your head. There's just there's a relentlessness about him. That i think he sort of brings every day always has that really paid off for him right absolutely his him being. I think that's the perfect world him him being relentless is is relentless approach towards the game won't make some great. It's not the docs. It's not you know the stare downs. It's not the funny jokes in the media is his approach. Every single day he's relentless with his work ethic with us discipline With how seriously takes practice. Johnson's a guy gets in practice and we'll have a. We have a thirty minute practice. And have you know two five minute segments. that were live and he wanted to dominate both of the five minute segments like he wanted to dominate. And that's the relentlessness that i think separates him from ninety nine percent of the other. Nba players in the world to me. It's so interesting. Malcolm of how you came in the league into milwaukee and every few years. There's a guy like you who you're a rare four year college player who becomes essentially a all star level player. Certainly a borderline all star level player. Twenty points score in the league. We don't see much of that anymore and here you were three times all. Acc player of the year in the acc defensive player of the year in the acc. And you're doing at at virginia like you weren't hiding at some mid major and you go in the second round of the draft when you think back to it where you people sort of talk about this..

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Young, Capela power Hawks past Pacers, 129-117

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Young, Capela power Hawks past Pacers, 129-117

"Click capella had twenty five points in twenty four rebounds as the surging hawks beat the Pacers one twenty nine one seventeen Trae young scored thirty four points and had eleven assists for Atlanta which has won eight of ten and his seventeen at six under coach Nate McMillan is being good confidence that when everybody hi and when nobody has confidence in god's way free out there are you bring out the best batsman yourself Fakten Bogdanovich and Kevin Hurter each chipped in twenty three points and helped the hawks take a twenty point lead in the first quarter the Pacers got within one in the third and tied it early in the fourth before the hawks went on the ten four run Malcolm Brogdon finished with twenty nine points for Indiana I'm the ferry

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James Harden has triple-double, short-handed Nets top Pacers

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James Harden has triple-double, short-handed Nets top Pacers

"James harden carried the short handed nets to the fourteenth victory in their last fifteen games providing forty points fifteen assists and ten rebounds and one twenty four one fifteen when it Indiana was our effort no Sir she answered we did a good job just get after harden carried the load while the nets played without Kevin Durant Kyra Irving and Blake Griffin he tied the game at ninety six with a runner in the lane igniting a thirteen for Ron Joe Harris finished with nineteen points and Jeff green added fifteen with nine boards as the nets moved into a first place tie with the seventy Sixers in the Eastern Conference Malcolm Brogdon had twenty two points to lead the Pacers scoring for the fifth time in his last six starts I'm Dave very

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Korkmaz, Milton come off bench, spark 76ers rout of Indiana

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Korkmaz, Milton come off bench, spark 76ers rout of Indiana

"At offense of operation the second and third quarters about the seventy Sixers Joel one thirty one fourteen win over the Pacers the Lafayette on ten three point baskets as they closed the first half of the twelve to run they give a seventy two fifty five liter A. twenty four for third quarter while pushing the thirty one points Sheikh building came off the bench to score twenty six points to all the B. than the twenty four Malcolm Brogdon had twenty for the Pacers Michael Luongo Philadelphia

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Warriors use late run to pull away from Pacers, 111-107

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00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Warriors use late run to pull away from Pacers, 111-107

"Stephan curry scored twenty four points and Draymond green fell just short of a triple double as the warriors dump the Pacers one eleven one oh seven green had twelve points eleven rebounds nine assists and three steals for Golden State early on this season we couldn't we wouldn't want to get you know we discussed in order to be a playoff team in order to consume HM Nestle you know you're gonna have nights like that where ball this morning you don't want to back to back tired the warriors led ninety nine ninety eight with four thirty six left before scoring the next six points to regain control Malcolm Brogdon led the Pacers with twenty four points of the Montesa bonus had twenty two with sixteen rebounds for his twenty fourth double double of the season I'm Dave Ferrie

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Pacers snap 4-game skid with 111-95 win over Pistons

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00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Pacers snap 4-game skid with 111-95 win over Pistons

"The Pacers four game losing streak is over after the Montesa bonus had twenty six points eight rebounds and eight assists in a one eleven ninety five decision over the pistons Malcolm Brogdon added eighteen points and Jeremy lamb scored seventeen for the Pacers who posted a season low ninety four points in a loss to Brooklyn on Wednesday the game was tied at fifty two into Brockton had ten points and Myles Turner added nine while Indiana was outscored Detroit thirty to eighteen in the third quarter Josh Jackson had a team high eighteen points for the pistons who missed their first eight three point attempts and finished five for twenty eight I'm Dave Ferrie

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