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Malcolm Brogdon enters in Kyrie Irving’s negotiations

  Lately, there has been certain uncertainty in Kyrie Irving’s trade between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Boston Celtics. This Wednesday, Milwaukee Bucks entered the trade as they decide to negotiate two of their stars for Irving. The news were reported by ESPN. The Milwaukees offered Khris Middleton and Malcolm Brogdon. This technique can help the Cavaliers take a decision, even though the other team is not offering a first-round pick offer.

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      This can be a disadvantage for the team as they are not looking just for new players. The Bucks are trying to finish the deal or have something that assures them they will get the player. There has been certain uncertainty between the Cavs and Boston since Isiah Thomas’ injury. It existed already a deal in which Boston gave 3 players (Crowder, Zizic and Thomas) and a 2018 first round pick in exchange for the young Irving. Between all this uncertainty, the decision Milwaukee made to enter the deal is a dangerous thing for Boston. As they entered the negotiation with a solid deal.

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      Statistically talking, Brogdon averaged this year 10.2 points and 4.2 assists in each game. With this stats, the 26-year-old player will be the rookie of the year for sure and the No. 35 pick in the second round of 2016 season. He has been suffering a lot of injuries that let him out of the field. Milwaukee took a wild move when they decided to negotiate these two players but is understandable as Irving will improve their rotation. When we go to Irving’s stats he averages 25.2 points per game, an incredible number for a young player. This number goes up if the games that are during playoffs. He has won many awards throughout his career like NBA champion, NBA finalist and an All-Star.

 

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