January 7, 2018, 12:39 am
Malcolm Brogdon scored 10 points with nine rebounds, two steals and two turnovers on 5-of-14 from the floor in Saturday’s win in Washington.
Brogdon moved into the starting five to replace Tony Snell and the Bucks got the win, so maybe the move will stick. He didn’t shoot particularly well but the fact that he got 14 shots bodes well for his potential as the off-guard going forward. He was seeing starter’s minutes anyway so the move doesn’t mean a bump in playing time, but it could bring a slight uptick in boards as he plays the two instead of the point.