The point guard market in NBA free agency has seemingly dried up as most of the notable names have now come to terms with a team.
Kyle Lowry is headed to the Miami Heat, Chris Paul is returning to the Phoenix Suns, Mike Conley re-upped with the Utah Jazz, and Lonzo Ball joined the Chicago Bulls.
While some teams missed out on the point guards that were available, Malcolm Brogdon of the Indiana Pacers could be a name to watch on the trade front.
The Pacers have long been considered a team that is open for business this offseason as Myles Turner is another name that has been mentioned in plenty of NBA trade rumors.
As for Brogdon, with the presence of Caris LeVert, Brogdon is viewed as a point guard that could be on the move for the right price.
Even though money is now an issue for a bevy of teams, here are a few teams that should still pursue Malcolm Brogdon via trade this offseason.