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Pacers Links: Brogdon ready to return against Grizzlies

The Pacers had more good health news on Sunday as they prepared to play Memphis on Monday.

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Pacers point guard, Malcolm Brogdon proclaimed himself 100% ready to return to action after missing the team’s last three games with a sore back.

Brogdon said he had to be patient and put in the rehab work but will be a full go when the Pacers host the Grizzlies on Monday night. While Brogdon was close to returning for the game against Orlando on Saturday, he expects no restrictions once he returns to the court.

Nate McMillan is happy to have his full starting lineup (well, sans Vic) back on the court together which will also alter the playing time for guys like Aaron Holiday, T.J. Leaf and Goga Bitadze.

I’d expect AHoliday to remain in the rotation, but obviously he will play fewer minutes after shining on the court while filling in for Brogdon.

Brogdon will have his hands full upon his return with dynamic rookie Ja Morant coming to town to run the Grizzlies. Morant is among the top contenders for NBA Rookie of the Year, leading the Grizzlies with 19 points and 6 assists per game. The Rook is always on the attack and the fun just begins when he gets into the lane with the ball.

Check out the links:

Game Preview: Pacers vs Grizzlies | Indiana Pacers

Brogdon Set to Return on Monday | Indiana Pacers

Game Rewind: Pacers 111, Magic 106 | Indiana Pacers

Pacers point guard to return after missing three games to injury - Indy Star

Holiday Takes Another Step | Indiana Pacers

Aaron Holiday's clutch 3 (assisted by brother) rescues Pacers vs. Magic - Indy Star

Insider: Pacers should prepare for trade inquiries about Aaron Holiday - Indy Star

Opportunity, confidence and kinship all key in explaining Aaron Holiday’s big week – The Athletic

Indiana 111, Orlando 106: Shorthanded Magic fail to execute down the stretch - Orlando Pinstriped Post

Indiana Pacers: Player grades from 111-106 win over Magic

Do You Believe in Magic? The Pacers, and Aaron Holiday, Sure Don’t | The Fieldhouse

Sources -- NBA considering reseeding conference finalists, postseason play-in - ESPN

Notebook: Brogdon to Play Against Memphis | Indiana Pacers

Jaren Jackson Jr. and Instant Gratification - Grizzly Bear Blues

The NBA’s schedule change experiment sounds great. How will it work? -

LeBron James frustrated by failure to reach foul line in Lakers' win

The Clippers Fully Realized Might Be the NBA’s Scariest Contender - The Ringer