UPDATE: Jan. 23, 7:01 p.m. — Brogdon has been ruled out for Friday’s game vs. the Warriors after sustaining a concussion. With Brogdon already out, Aaron Holiday should slide into the starting lineup and will be a trendy value play. Jeremy Lamb could also see some time with the ball and more usage. Domantas Sabonis gets a nice boost also in a great matchup down low.
Brogdon (concussion) is OUT Fri. #Pacers did say last night they wanted to monitor him after taking that elbow that left a gash on his brow requiring 3 stitches @ChaseCenter pic.twitter.com/coN81rtSz7— J. Michael (@ThisIsJMichael) January 23, 2020
UPDATE: Brogdon will not return to Wednesday night’s game vs. the Suns.
Update: Malcolm Brogdon will not return. He needed three stitches above his left eye.— Scott Agness (@ScottAgness) January 23, 2020
Malcolm Brogdon is in the locker room getting stitches and might not be able to return to tonight’s game vs. the Suns. T.J. McConnell started the second half and figures to play a big role if Brogdon isn’t able to return. Aaron Holiday could also play extended minutes in the second half.
T.J. McConnell starts the second half in place of Malcolm Brogdon, who remains back in the locker room.— Scott Agness (@ScottAgness) January 23, 2020
Brogdon received stitches to his forehead and is questionable to return.