Bradley did what no other young player could do in recent years -- unseat a member of the Big Three (Ray Allen) in the starting lineup.
And if he's looking for a blueprint on how to do it, he has to look no further than Bradley.
"It's definitely a good thing to know that if you work hard, and make the most of your chances to play, good things will happen," Moore told CSNNE.com. "I feel pretty good about my chances next year."
Moore added, "I've learned a lot from all these guys, Avery included. But we're all players here. We all want to win. We all want to play, too."
Moore has a lot of confidence in his game. Some people took it as a negative when he complained about playing time during the season, but I believe Doc and the team like the confidence in the young guard and he'll get his shot next season after playing Summer League ball for the C's and a full training camp.
Moore has a couple big names on his side, so that should help.
"Very confident," C's coach Doc Rivers used in describing Moore. "But not cocky. He feels he's good enough to be here, he belongs and he's not shy about letting you know. That's a good thing."
Added Paul Pierce: "He's one of the best shooters on the team. He's going to be a really solid player in this league, in time."