December 16, 2017, 11:10 pm
Malcolm Brogdon logged 36 minutes off the bench in Saturday’s loss, collecting 20 points, four rebounds, two assists, a steal, two blocks and two threes in the process.
While Brogdon won’t start for the Bucks, they clearly recognize how important he is to them. DeAndre Liggins started at shooting guard tonight and played just 17 minutes, tallying four assists, two steals and a block. He replaced Gary Payton II, who somehow picked up four fouls in five minutes. Brogdon will always be Milwaukee’s second-highest minute man amongst the backcourt group and hopefully you didn’t panic when he was bumped to the bench. Perhaps a better way of phrasing that is hopefully you were able to take advantage when his first fantasy owner panicked after the reigning Rookie of the Year was moved to the bench. The minutes are there regardless of when he gets them.