After my initial reaction of slight disappointment and wondering if Bradley would be Gabe Pruitt 2.0, I researched more on the kid, did a 180, and I think he could end up being a great addition to the Celtics. I was bummed to see him miss Summer League, but I think he's going to turn some heads in Boston and as soon as this year. As I've told TB I can totally see Doc in post game interviews saying that he needs to get Bradley on the floor for more minutes as he simply gives quality minutes when he's out there.

JR 9/21/2010 09:43:00 PM Edit
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  1. Anonymous says:

    hes going to be amazing in a few years. mark my word a gill

  2. Bohemian says:

    For some reason I have the feeling that this guy is going to become a real good player in the NBA. I just hope he can remain here and have patience in the first years because he won't have a lot of minutes...But I really think he can contribute even this year.

  3. Karl says:

    Excited to see this guy play. Let's give him a chance.

  4. BigT1942 says:

    I have a couple a concerns about Avery.

    1. His FT % last year was 55%.

    2. I watched a replay of Texas vs. Wake Forest and he never saw the ball in the later part of the game and OT. He shot 4-15 27%.

    I've watched some of his You Tube highlights and it looks to me that he range is only 15' and his release is about where Rajon is.
    I hope I'm wrong but I see him going to the "D" this year to see if he can improve offensively.

  5. tb727 says:

    He could be Gabe Pruitt. He could be Marcus Banks. He could be Rajon Rondo. He could be William Avery. He can't be Shawn Bradley. So I think he'll just be Avery Bradley.

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