Malcolm Brogdon could very well be on the move again.

The Boston Celtics traded Brogdon, Robert Williams III and two first-round picks to the Portland Trail Blazers on Oct. 1 to acquire Jrue Holiday. The 31-year-old Brogdon has performed well in his role for the Blazers, averaging 15.5 points and 5.3 assists in 27-plus minutes per game.

However, with the 12-30 Blazers currently 15th out of 16 teams in the Western Conference, there’s reason to believe the veteran guard could be traded for a second time in a matter of four months. Brogdon, the NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year last season, is under contract through the 2024-25 campaign and could provide a playoff contender with a boost.

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Multiple reports have indicated teams are showing interest in Brogdon ahead of the Feb. 8 trade deadline.

Los Angeles Times’ Dan Woike reported Sunday the Lakers have had discussions about Brogdon. NBA reporter Marc Stein reported Brogdon has been mentioned as a potential New York Knicks target. And ClutchPoints’ Brett Siegel reported the Philadelphia 76ers, Orlando Magic, Knicks and Lakers have all talked to the Blazers about Brogdon.

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Another former Celtic, Terry Rozier, reportedly was traded to the Miami Heat on Tuesday. Miami gave up veteran guard Kyle Lowry and a future first-round pick for Rozier. It might be a deal the Blazers pay attention to when setting their price for Brogdon.

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