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NBA Rumors: How the New York Knicks want to sign Malcolm Brogdon

He is one of the most coveted players in the entire competition, and it is not for less. At a time when it seems increasingly difficult


He is one of the most coveted players in the entire competition, and it is not for less. At a time when it seems increasingly difficult to find well-balanced and well-ordered bases between defense and attack, capable of putting the rhythm of the game before his personal brilliance, He is a jewel, a player in danger of extinction around whom a great sports project can be structured. If there is a franchise that needs these virtues, it is the this being the reason why the around the possibility that it ends up reaching the Big Apple. It will not be easy, but from nbaanalysis.net they reveal the plans they have to achieve it.

Haliburton’s arrival at the Pacers and Brogdon’s unsuccessful run on the team make his departure safe, which may reduce the level of demands when trading him from the Indianapolis franchise. It’s clear that he’s a perfect fit for the Knicks, offloading offensive responsibility from Quickley and Barrett, and bringing that poise and game intelligence the project needs. Therefore, they would be willing to do without Fournier and the first round of this year’s Draft, which is very relevant since the New Yorkers planned to incorporate a rookie center to replace a Robinson who can leave.

Toppin, Reddish and Rose would be some of the players who could be trades

Another possibility that is handled in the team’s management is to do without Roses and Toppin, two players who could give a great boost to the Pacers’ project; one as a mentor, and the other as a young star project. The third possibility is to get rid of a Cam Reddish who does not seem to finish convincing Thibodeau, including Obi Toppin in the package, eager to leave the team in order to demonstrate his full potential. We will have to be very attentive to the future of Malcolm Brogdon and if, finally, it can end up in a few New York Knicks that they have many options on the table to give the project a boost.