Malcolm Brogdon exits Nets-Pacers with sore right hamstring
Indiana's starting guard was limited to just 12 minutes in the 130-113 loss.
From NBA.com Staff
Indiana’s late-season game against the Brooklyn Nets was forced to conclude without its starting point guard on Thursday. Malcolm Brogdon exited the game due to a sore right hamstring that limited for the former Kia Rookie of the Year to just one point in 12 minutes of action. The Nets went on to win, 130-113, behind a 42-point effort from Kevin Durant.
Update: Brogdon will not return. https://t.co/hScir6jPVJ
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A fifth-year veteran, Brogdon is averaging a career-high 21.5 points while shooting 39.1% from 3-point range in his second season with the Pacers. Indiana, however, entered Thursday’s contest three games under .500 and in ninth place in the Eastern Confernece.