Malcolm Brogdon Trademarks
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September 17, 2023
Malcolm Brogdon is a professional basketball player in the National Basketball Association. He plays point guard and shooting guard for the Indiana Pacers. He was named the ACC Player of the Year in college and won the NBA Rookie of the Year award in 2017.
Malcolm Moses Adams Brogdon was born to Mitchell G. Brogdon and Jann Adams in Atlanta, Georgia on December 11, 1992. He was raised in the Atlanta area with his two brothers, John and Gino. For high school, he attended Greater Atlanta Christian School where he was in the National Society of High School Scholars, on the academic Honor Roll, and participated in social programs to help his local community including the Hosea Feed The Hungry Program.
He played high school basketball for the Greater Atlanta Christian School and helped his team to a AA state championship in both his junior and senior years, as well as being named the Gwinnett Daily Post Player of the Year and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Player of the Year both years. In his senior season, he averaged 25.7 points per game with 12.9 rebounds, 3.6 assists, and 2.3 steals per game. In the same season, he made 81.6 percent of his free throws and 53.9 percent of his shots from the field. MaxPreps named him a fourth team All-American and he was a consensus All-State selection as well as being named Mr. Georgia Basketball. He played in the Jack Jones Shootout, Florida vs. USA Hardwood Classic All-Star Game, and the Georgia Senior All-Star Game.
Brogdon decided to attend the University of Virginia where he majored in history, while pursuing a degree in public policy. He played basketball for the Virginia Cavaliers, who were coached by Tony Bennett. He started in only one of the 28 games he played in as a freshman, but he made quite an impact on the court coming off the bench to average 6.7 points, 2.8 rebounds, and 1.4 assists per game, while averaging more than 20 minutes per game of playing time. He scored 16 points in the Big Ten/ACC challenge, which was a season high, and 14 points in a conference game against Maryland. He lettered for the season, even though he missed the last four games due to a foot injury that required him to have surgery and meant that he had to medically redshirt his sophomore year.
In 2013-2014, Brogdon’s redshirt sophomore year, he started in all 37 games that he played in, leading the team with an average of 12.7 points per game. He also averaged 5.4 rebounds, 2.7 assists, and 1.2 steals per game that season. He scored double digits in every conference game that he played in that year and ranked first in the conference for free-throw percentage. His first double-double came against Boston College, he recorded a three-point game-winning shot against Pittsburgh, and scored 23 points against Duke in the ACC Tournament Final. He lettered for a second season and was named by Basketball Times to the All Mid-Atlantic Team, by Virginia Sports Information Directors Association as the All-State Men’s Basketball Player of the Year and All-District Second-Team by the National Association of Basketball Coaches. He was also named All-ACC First Team and ACC All-Tournament First Team.
As a junior, Brogdon started in all of the 34 games that he played in and averaged 14 points, 3.9 rebounds, and 2.7 assists per game, while making more than 87 percent of his free throw shots. He lettered again for the season and was a consensus All-American Second Team selection and First-Team All-ACC.
In his final year at the University of Virginia, he averaged more than 18 points per game and almost 20 in conference play. As a four-year letterman, Brogdon was a unanimous consensus first-team All-American, ACC Player of the Year, and ACC Defensive Player of the Year for the second time. He was also named NABC Defensive Player of the Year and first-team All-ACC and ACC All-Tournament First Team. He finished as the university’s ninth all-time leading scorer with 1,809 points.
Brogdon was drafted in the second round of the NBA draft by the Milwaukee Bucks, where he played from 2016 until 2019. In his rookie season, he started 28 of the 75 games that he played in while averaging 10.2 points, 2.8 rebounds, 4.2 assists, and 1.1 steals per game. He was named NBA Rookie of the Year and NBA All-Rookie First Team. Although he suffered from injuries during the following two seasons, he played very well when he was active. In 2019, he was part of a sign-and-trade deal that sent him to the Indiana Pacers. He is still an active player for the Pacers.
In 2020, Malcolm Brogdon filed a trademark application for “MALCOLM BROGDON” for printed materials and paper goods like books about basketball, trading cards and photographs, for clothing items like sweatshirts, shorts, shirts, and pants, for sporting equipment like basketballs, basketball hoops and novelty toys, for services endorsing the goods and products of others and for entertainment services including personal appearances by an athlete.
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