Wizards and Knicks eyeing Malcolm Brogdon

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The Pacers are seriously discussing trades centered on Malcolm Brogdon and Myles Turner, sources said. The Wizards and Knicks are interested in Brogdon, armed with the Nos. 10 and 11 picks respectively, sources said. The Hornets have expressed interest in Turner, those sources said.
Source: Shams Charania @ The Athletic

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