Few people have had such a whirlwind journey to the NBA’s restart than Malcolm Brogdon, who won’t play against the 76ers tonight due to a neck injury.
“Everything that is going on is to make the country better, is for people to see the humanity in the Black community and Black people specifically,” Brogdon said. “To stop discrimination, stop all racial profiling, stop all these things going on and to actually change the system.”
Brogdon, 27, played his first three seasons with the Milwaukee Bucks. During the three games against the Sixers, of which the Pacers have won two, Brogdon has averaged 16.3 points and 5.7 assists.