Brogdon is listed as out for Friday's game against the Cavaliers due to left hamstring soreness.
Brogdon is a late and surprising addition to the injury report, but it doesn't appear the injury is anything too serious. With Khris Middleton (finger) also sidelined Friday, Sterling Brown, Pat Connaughton and Tony Snell should all be in line for extended roles on the wing and in the backcourt.
A supporting-cast player for much of his two-plus seasons in Milwaukee, Brogdon has taken on a heightened scoring role over the past five games, topping 20 points on four occasions. The offensive output has come on the back of 60.9 percent shooting from the field and 68 percent shooting from three-point range, which are 13 and 26.6 points better than his respective career marks. With that in mind, it appears unwise to bank on Brogdon continuing to deliver the 20-point outings with regularity, though the well-rounded production he offers across the board should soften the blow when his scoring predictably tails off.
Brogdon had 24 points (8-11 FG, 6-6 3Pt, 2-2 FT), six assists, five rebounds, and one block in 29 minutes during Wednesday's 116-113 victory over Chicago.
Brogdon connected on all six of his triple tries, finishing with a season-high 24 points. Eric Bledsoe was quiet on the offensive end, allowing Brogdon to take on more responsibility. Brogdon has now scored at least 20 points in three of his past four games as he continues to build his season nicely. After being in and out of the starting lineup last season, Brogdon has solidified himself as the starting two-guard, making him worthy of a roster spot everywhere.
Brogdon scored 22 points (8-10 FG, 3-3 3Pt, 3-3 FT) while adding four assists, three rebounds and a steal in 30 minutes during Friday's 116-114 loss to the Suns.
He also recorded zero turnovers and zero fouls, the second time this season Brogdon's posted a squeaky-clean line in the box score. After failing to score more than 16 points in any of his prior four games, the third-year guard popped for 20-plus for the fourth time in November. He's on pace for career-best numbers, but on most nights he remains a distant fourth in the Bucks' offensive pecking order behind Giannis Antetokounmpo, Khris Middleton and Eric Bledsoe, making his usage rate and production very volatile.
Brogdon managed 20 points (7-13 FG, 3-3 3Pt, 3-3 FT), six rebounds, five assists, and two steals in 33 minutes during Sunday's 121-114 victory over Denver.
Don't look now but Brogdon has scored at least 20 points in three consecutive games while also managing to contribute in other areas. Playing as the fourth or fifth option on offense means Brogdon doesn't have the highest ceiling but he certainly has provided some consistency. He has scored in double-figures in all but two games while chipping in with some rebounds and assists. He is a borderline standard league player who will not destroy you in any category.
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