Injuries aside, Malcolm Brogdon enjoyed an outstanding season with the Milwaukee Bucks, entering the history books in the process.
What an NBA career it’s been so far for Malcolm Brogdon since landing with the Milwaukee Bucks in the 2016 NBA Draft.
Earning Rookie of the Year honors from the second round was an incredible feat as his opening act, but Brogdon has proved in the two seasons since that it was just the beginning for him.
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In spite of entering the NBA as an older prospect, having completed a full four-year term and a redshirt season in college, Brogdon has demonstrated continued growth with every passing season as a professional.
This year, his first under the guidance of Mike Budenholzer and in a more modernized scheme, proved to be his best yet as Brogdon established himself as one of the league’s best shooters, posting one of the all-time great shooting seasons in the process.
On top of that, Brogdon continued to grow as a leader, and has a strong case for being the Bucks’ most consistent player across the entirety of the season. His highs may not reach the peaks of some of his star teammates, but his lows are equally modest in comparison.
With all of that considered, let’s reflect on an outstanding season from Malcolm Brogdon, and what lies ahead for him now.