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Pacers Interested In MarShon Brooks

In the wake of the potential season-ending injury that Paul George suffered Friday night, the Pacers have MarShon Brooks on a short list of free agent possibilities, reports Shams Charania of RealGM. George sustained a fracture in his right leg early in the fourth quarter of Team USA’s exhibition game in Las Vegas.

Brooks played for the Kings in the NBA summer league last month, and averaged 10.1 points and shot 53.1 percent from the field in seven games. The Kings and an Eastern Conference contender have also been in discussions with the free agent, notes Charania.

The 6’5″, 25 year-old swingman has played for four different teams in his three years in the league. His career numbers are 7.7 PPG, 2.2 RPG, and 1.4 APG. His career slash line is .442/.326/.748.

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8 thoughts on “Pacers Interested In MarShon Brooks

  1. ShadowChronicler

    I think the Pacers should take a risk with Michael Beasley. He’s been working out with Durant and he already had the ability to be good, this could be his opportunity to be a star. I do like MarShon Brooks though.

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    • Beasley already had an opportunity to be a “star” with the Suns and Wolves. MarShon is a mediocre shooting guard who has terrible shot selection. He can score, but only when he gets a high volume of shots. Pacers need to start thinking about rebuilding here esp. with David West getting older.

  2. Steve Murphy

    MarShon Brooks might be a nice temporary stop-gap measure. The best answer was already on the roster until recently…..Evan Turner.

  3. Steve Murphy

    It’s a shame because the Pacers had only just re-kindled fan interest around Indy, after the “post brawl” era, when their roster was filled with bad apples. Then, the Jermaine O’Neal saga, followed by more fan disenchantment. Then, out of nowhere, Danny Granger emerges & looks like a franchise player. However, Danny reached his ceiling quickly, and then his knees betrayed him (and the Pacers). I liked Danny a lot, but he was never going to be a super star. Then along comes Paul George, and you know the rest of the story. Has Larry Bird got another rabbit in his hat? ‘Wouldn’t surprise me… I know they won’t tank, and they won’t settle for mediocrity either. Between Bird, Kevin Pritchard and Donnie Walsh, they can surely make something happen…

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