Mike Budenholzer said that he will continue to increase Malcolm Brogdon's workload in the Eastern Conference finals, but won't necessarily start him in game 1. 

"He needs more game minutes, more game action. We plan to continue to increase Malcolm's workload and minutes. To say exactly how it's going to play out -- the next step will be him playing a little bit more in Game 1," said Budenholzer.

Brogdon made his return from injury in game 5 against the Celtics. Brogdon scored 10 points in 17 minutes. 

"I felt 100 percent. You want to ease your way into the game and try to help them a little bit. I tried to do that," added Brogdon.