Bradley had an injury-filled 2017/18 season after being dealt from the Celtics to the Pistons last offseason. He missed playing time with a groin injury after a strong first month, then was included in the Blake Griffin blockbuster in late January. He underwent season-ending sports hernia surgery in mid-March.

Bradley only appeared in six games with the Clippers after playing 40 games with Detroit. He averaged 14.3 PPG in 46 games last season.

He enjoyed a career year in Boston the previous season, his seventh and final with that organization. The 6’2” Bradley, 27, averaged a career-best 16.3 PPG, 6.1 RPG and 2.2 APG in 55 games.


In my opinion, there are two ways to look at this…

  1. He fits the Grit n Grind mold to a T as far as effort & defense , while at the same time addressing the needs of this team when it comes to the lack of 3pt shooting & scoring.
  2. He’s another guy that comes with an injury risk. Last season alone he missed playing time with a groin injury & underwent season-ending sports hernia surgery in mid-March

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