There have been numerous rumors already this NBA offseason about the Indiana Pacers looking to shake up their roster. Myles Turner has been mentioned the most, but he is not the only player Indiana has that could be on the move.

Aaron Holiday and Jeremy Lamb are two more players that could be on the move this offseason. The Pacers also were reportedly the first team to make an offer to the Philadelphia 76ers for Ben Simmons, offering Malcolm Brogdon and the No. 13 overall pick in the 2021 NBA Draft.

While they were rebuffed by the 76ers, it is clear that the Pacers are looking to make some moves in the summer. If they are serious about moving on from Brogdon, they will find a strong market for him.

Brogdon is coming off the best scoring season of his career as he averaged 21.2 points per game in the 2020-21 season. He is an efficient shooter, making 45.3 percent of his shots overall last season and 38.8 percent from the 3-point line.

He is a good facilitator, adding 5.9 assists per game this season and is a very good rebounder for a guard. Add in the scrappy defense that he provides and you have a strong two-way player that can fit in with virtually any team.

Who might push to acquire the former Virginia product? Here are three teams who should look into a trade for Malcolm Brogdon.


Miami Heat

The Miami Heat are looking at a potentially huge void to fill at the point guard position this offseason. Long-time point guard Goran Dragic has an expensive $19.4 million team option the team may have to decline so they can make other roster moves. Kendrick Nunn, who has been his backup, is entering restricted free agency.

With so much uncertainty at the position, the Heat could look to the trade market to upgrade at the point guard spot. A sign-and-trade involving Nunn, who has been predicted by some outlets to end up in Indiana, could be a good place to start in trade negotiations.

Malcolm Brogdon is a perfect fit for the Heat Culture with how he plays. His presence would take a lot of pressure off of Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo, who were often the sole offensive creators for Miami.