The Pacers and Malcolm Brogdon have come to terms on an additional two-year, 45 million contract extension.
Source: Adrian Wojnarowski/ESPN
ANALYSIS: Brogdon will now make $89 million over the next four years.
Due to the contract being four years, Brogdon can no longer be traded this season, according to Bobby Marks.
Brogdon had been oft-reported as a trade candidate for Ben Simmons.
The 28 year-old guard averaged 21.2 points, 5.3 rebounds, 5.9 assists per game along with making 39% of his 6.7 three point attempts last season.