Malcolm Brogdon agrees to additional two-year, $45 million extension with Indiana Pacers, agent says

Malcolm Brogdon, Indiana Pacers guard, has agreed to a $45 million extension for two years. This will guarantee him $89.3 Million over the next four-years. His agent Austin Brown from CAA Sports informed ESPN Monday.
Brogdon's contract extension starts with the 2023-2024 seasons and increases his annual salary by $22.5 million during those two new contractual years.

It is 11:59 p.m. Monday is the ET deadline for extension-eligible player with two years remaining on their current contracts.

Brogdon's extension reflects the Pacers' intent to continue building with him, as a center for Rick Carlisle’s tenure as coach. Brogdon had an average of 21.2 points, 5.9 rebounds, and 5.9 assists in the previous season.

Brogdon will be starting his sixth NBA season. This is his third NBA season since he left Milwaukee in 2019, when he signed a deal with the Pacers. Brogdon has averaged 15.1 points and 4.1 rebounds, as well as 4.7 points over his entire career.