The Indiana Pacers And Their Malcolm Brogdon Conundrum
And with that in mind, I can’t help but turn my attention to the Indiana Pacers. But lost in the shuffle of this major deadline deal is Malcolm Brogdon. According to HoopsHype’s Michael Scotto, the Pacers may be open to moving Brogdon this summer. The benefit of dealing with the Knicks is that they have a good deal of draft capital and lots of short-term and/or expiring deals. Where Brogdon plays the 2022-23 season and beyond is still anyone’s guess – but it shouldn’t be with Indiana.thewestsidegazette.com
Heat say Herro may miss time for virus-related issue
(AP Photo/Marta Lavandier)MIAMI – The Miami Heat may have another player missing games for virus-related reasons, after second-year guard Tyler Herro revealed that someone who lives with him tested positive for COVID-19. The reason the Heat cited for having Herro on the report is the NBA’s health and safety protocols, which only means it is a virus-related reason and does not suggest that he tested positive. If Herro cannot play Monday, he’d become the ninth Heat player on that list. Herro is tested daily and obviously had not tested positive Saturday, since the NBA and Heat permitted him to be on the floor; he played a team-high 40 minutes and scored 15 points. “Someone who lives with me tested positive before the game and I found out at halftime.
No. 1 Kansas, No. 5 Baylor headline Big 12 tournament
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Top-ranked Kansas hasn't lost since Baylor stunned the Jayhawks in Allen Fieldhouse in January, that run of excellence driving coach Bill Self's squad to another regular-season Big 12 title and the top seed in the conference tournament. The Jayhawks (28-3) know all too well their next loss ends a dream, whether that's to win the Big 12 Tournament this week in Kansas City or the NCAA Tournament beginning next week. 10 seed Kansas State (10-21) and eighth-seeded Oklahoma State (17-14) plays No. You’ve got to come to play,” Kansas State coach Bruce Weber said.