Suzuki and Miyaura reactions are really useful in chemistry.
Combined, you can create almost any C-C bond and avoid the sometimes unpredictable behavior of Buchwald reactions. All you need is the brominated version of your two reactants or even better, one brominated and one boronated. If you don't have the boronic ester of your starting material, chances are, there is probably a brominated version of it somewhere, in which case, you could then easily convert to the boronic ester via the Miyaura. Although Suzuki don't necessarily work 100% of the time, the yields are typically still decent and the predictability of whether it'll work between different reactions is less random than Buchwalds.