Multiple teams are saying that the Indiana Pacers are listening to trade pitches for guard Malcolm Brogdon, according to Vincent Goodwill of Yahoo Sports.
Teams are also monitoring All-Star big man Domantas Sabonis’ availability as well.
On Brogdon, the belief is the Pacers feel Caris LeVert can man the point guard adequately enough should they get a real deal for Brogdon, who’s in the second year of a four-year, $85 million contract.
The Los Angeles Clippers are in need of help at point guard, so Brogdon’s name will likely be linked to them along with other point guards including Lonzo Ball, Terry Rozier, Ricky Rubio and George Hill.
The Pacers also reportedly might be looking to move backup point guard Aaron Holiday, as he seems to have fallen out of favor in the rotation.
In the last eight games, the most Holiday has played is 18 minutes, including five games with single-digit minutes.
The franchise is seeking a first round pick in return for him, notes Goodwill.