Pacers Lose Bojan Bogdanovic, Thaddeus Young in Sunday Deal
INDIANAPOLIS--Two Indiana Pacers forwards are leaving. Bojan Bogdanovic signed a four-year deal Sunday, with the Utah Jazz, that will pay him $73 million, reported ESPN. Thaddeus Young is also leaving, going to the Chicago Bulls for a three-year, $41 million deal.
Young Tweeted about his new deal Sunday.
Indiana @Pacers organization and fans thank you for 3 amazing years. You will always be family. You will be missed. The franchise is in good hands with @VicOladipo, @Original_Turner, @Dsabonis11, @leafsquad22, and the rest of the crew. #ThankYouIndy
— Thad Young (@yungsmoove21) June 30, 2019
Coming to the Pacers are Malcolm Brogdon, from the Milwaukee Bucks, for a four-year, $81 million deal, and Jeremy Lamb, as a free agent. Both men are guards.
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