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After three successful seasons with Milwaukee, Brogdon joined Indiana and immediately took on a more voluminous role. In his first season with the team, he averaged 16.5 points, 7.1 assists and 4.9 boards — all career highs. Playing a career-high 30.9 minutes per night, Brogdon’s increased usage led to declines in his pristine shooting, as the former 50/40/90 wing finished the year with 43.8 shooting from the field and 32.6 percent from three. Victor Oladipo was out for most of the season, and the team dealt with injuries throughout the lineup, leading to Brogdon’s increased usage as both a scoring option and a facilitator. Oladipo is likely to be back in the lineup when the new season tips off, Domantis Sabonis emerged as a legitimate All-Star and T.J. Warren cooked on offense to end the season. As a result, Brogdon could take a step back in the usage department, though a return to past shooting numbers could make up for that role decline with an increase in efficiency.

Brogdon is coming off an impressive third season, where he joined the elite 50/40/90 club. He posted career highs in points (15.6), rebounds (4.5), threes (1.6) and, unsurprisingly, true shooting percentage (61.4). While Brogdon is a relatively low-usage player, he’s shown potential as top offensive option. In 64 appearances last season, he posted 12 games with at least 20 points and 13 games with more than four dimes. In joining the Pacers, Brogdon will need to showcase that ability more often, as Indiana will be without Victor Oladipo (knee) until around December. Whether Brogdon can transition into a bigger role is one question, but whether he can stay healthy is another. Through his first three seasons, Brogdon is averaging just 62.3 games played. We know that he’ll be able to provide value as an efficient all-around shooter, but can he take on a bigger role and stay on the court?

Due to a partially torn left quadriceps tendon, Brogdon was limited to 48 games last season. Prior to the injury, which occured Feb. 1, he averaged 13.5 points (48.6 percent), 3.4 rebounds, 3.3 assists, 1.3 threes and nearly a steal across 31.0 minutes. It’s unclear if he’ll start at shooting guard in 2018-19, but Brogdon’s ability to function as a combo guard — and even a small forward in small-ball lineups — should enable him to garner over 25 minutes per game for a third consecutive season. If he averages closer to 30 minutes, he has top-100 upside, and that’s without factoring in natural progression. Brogdon’s average athleticism limits him, somewhat, as a point guard, but he’s already a top-shelf three-point shooter (39.5% career) and is both a good decision-maker (1.5 TPG career) and defender, though it doesn’t always translate into elite steals numbers.

Brogdon – winner of the 2016-17 Rookie of the Year award – played a crucial role in the Bucks’ success last season. A 6-foot-5 combo guard out of Virginia, Brogdon flashed potential as a three-and-D threat with good court vision, posting 10.2 points, 4.2 assists, 2.8 boards and 1.1 steals across 26.4 minutes per game while drilling 40.4 percent of his looks from beyond the arc. While it was assumed Brogdon would likely play a non-Fantasy-relevant reserve role behind Matthew Dellavedova and Khris Middleton, he ended up usurping Dellavedova’s role as the starter for a solid chunk of the year, drawing 28 starts. Even when he wasn’t a starter, Brogdon’s ability to handle both guard slots resulted in him seeing at least 30 minutes a game on more than a few occasions – 21 to be exact (of which he started only 13). Heading into the 2017-18 season, Brogdon should see many of the same opportunities he saw last year considering the Bucks haven’t made any significant changes to their backcourt. Plus, with Jabari Parker out until at least February 2018, coach Jason Kidd may opt to slide Khris Middleton and Tony Snell up to small forward on numerous occasions, opening up the shooting guard slot for Brogdon to fill in. That, combined with assumed offseason development, makes Brogdon an intriguing mid-to-late round option in many Fantasy formats, as well as a constant DFS threat.

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