Malcolm Brogdon Throws Shade At The Milwaukee Bucks

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Malcolm Brogdon Throws Shade At The Milwaukee Bucks


Last season, the NBA’s most elite club, the 50-40-90 club expanded, and Malcolm Brogdon joined the elite group of people in the exclusive club.

The 50–40–90 club is referring to the group of players who have had a shooting percentage at or above 50% for field goals, 40% for three-pointers, and 90% for free throws during an entire NBA regular season while also achieving the NBA minimum number of makes in each category.

Steve Nash has the most 50–40–90 seasons with four, two more than any other player.

Since the NBA introduced the three-point field goal in the 1979–80 season, a 50–40–90 shooting season had only been reached by seven players: Steve Nash (four times), Larry Bird (twice), Mark Price, Reggie Miller, Dirk Nowitzki, Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry. Now, Malcolm Brogdon is the 8th member of the club.

2017’s rookie of the year finished the season shooting 50.5% from the field, 42.6% from three and 92.8% from the free throw line.

But despite such an impressive feat, the Milwaukee Bucks decided that they didn’t need Brogdon’s services any longer, leading to the Pacers acquiring through a sign-and-trade deal.

Before last night’s game against his old team, Brogdon threw some shade at the Bucks.


“I would’ve loved to play for this team, if they had wanted me. If they had valued me the way the Pacers value me. That’s all I gotta say.”


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