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Malcolm Brogdon signing 16 years, $85 million with Indiana Pacers.
And in the absolute theme thing, this is not a restricted free agent deal.
This is an agreed to sign and trade with the Bucks.
There, according towards they're going to send a first round pick in a couple of second round picks to Milwaukee.
This is Milwaukee saying we've committed to Chris Middleton.
175 million.
We've committed to Brook Lopez.
52 million.
They're not ready to pay Malcolm Broad than 85 million.
They could have, but they would have gone deep into the tax.
And there's a secondary move that happens here.
Ricky Rubio, who was lined up to go to Indiana instead.
I will not sign there and one said Sign with Phoenix, according to the athletic, for 51 million over three years, which is a huge number for Ricky Rubio that I was expecting that big of a number for him.
But also Jeremy Lamb is going to sign with with Indiana Pacers, the Pacers making a couple of big moves here, really reshaping their team and getting a guy of Malcolm Brogdon, who is a 50 40 91 of those rare players 50% 50% from the field, 40% from 3 90 from the foul line.
They now he will be that one of their franchise players alongside Victor Oladipo, committing a huge amount of money to him.
For a guy who's had foot injuries in the past and Milwaukee just like facilitating and agreeing to it moving on right out of the gates here, that was what fascinates me.
And I mean, I just wanted like when Malcolm Broxham wasn't playing for part of these playoffs, you could see on the court the effect it had on Milwaukee.
We know that Milwaukee is sort of on the clock, the way the New Orleans Pelicans were with Anthony Davis.
Now, this is what happens now that we are in free agency right now for this season.
That puts Milwaukee formally on that one near clock of saying, Hey, you have a year now to prove it to Young assented to Campo that he should sign a Supermax next summer, and we thought, Hey, they would go into that luxury tax deep because they wanted to build the best team around him.
Now there was question marks about.
If you commit all of that, are you leaving yourself with the flexibility you would need to prove it to you?
Honest as we go, what do you think?
This Malcolm Brogdon move in?
The fact that Milwaukee participated in it says, Well, I mean, it says, First of all, even though they got good return, they sent him to a division rival.
And Indiana was already when all the depots healthy.
They're a good team Now.
You talk about broaden and deepen your backcourt.
That's one of the best defensive backcourt in the league right there.
They got great shooting out of both those positions.
And remember they added T.
J.
Warren and the number 30 to pick from the draft when the table.
Phoenix.
So now it's one thing to say we got good return for him, But you just made a team that was already a pest into something a lot scarier.
And that's really that.
That's where you have to start to look at yourself in the mirror.
What we talked about Philadelphia, right, because you know Toronto's a chance is gonna be weakened of quiet leaves.
We know Boston's weaker.
We know the Knicks are whatever we know that I am sorry.
I have to wait.
No, The Nets are a year away from being who they really are.
The East is open now, and now you want to start cutting calls and countless.
Is that what we think it IHS?
Or do we think that Milwaukee decided this is the smarter move for them to compete?
So he's had a history of foot A shoes and you know, your own players medical better than anyone.
Usually when you're gonna invest in a long term deal, it's gonna be with the younger player, right?
They're investing in the older players here, so they let him go.
And that's a nice replacement for Indiana, for Bogdanovich is going to Utah.
But what?
It also Phoenix Spending all that money on a point guard by eight point guard about time.
What does that take Phoenix out of the D'Angelo Russell conversation?
Pretty much.
I mean, nothing's impossible.
Pretty much.
I would just say that the Nets have built a very impressive roster in the last 25 minutes.
Pacers.
Amazing how they The Pacers have done a really nice job retrofitting their team despite losing a couple of key players.
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