In the future, if Avery Bradley ever wants to test free agency, his first stop should be to the state of New York.
On Monday night, Bradley maintained his hot play, helping the C's to a 110-91 beat down of the Brooklyn Nets, the C's shooting guard scored 20 points, on 8-of-16 from the floor, while cleaning the glass for an impressive seven rebounds.
He clearly enjoys his visits to the Barclays Center:
In four career games at Barclays Center, Avery Bradley is 35-for-53 shooting (66 percent) and averaging 22.7 points. #celtics
— gary washburn (@GwashburnGlobe) March 24, 2015
The 24-year old continues to be one of the Celtics most consistent scorers, averaging 16 points per game since the All-Star break. In that time span, Bradley has only been held to single-digit scoring once.
Bradley also doesn't discriminate against the other team that calls the Empire State home. On February 3rd, in the Celts lone away game of year versus the Knicks, the five-year veteran dropped 26 points on a remarkable 11-of-14 shooting (78.6%) from the field, including three treys:
Bradley and the C's visit the Knicks at Madison Square Garden on Friday night so expect his shot chart to be full of green again, in a match-up that is a must win for the Celts as they push for the playoffs.
As far as my opening sentence, as the unofficial president of the Avery Bradley fan club, let's hope all his impending trips to play basketball in NY are in a green and white uniform.
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