No, I didn't come out because of this, I kept playing on it. It was time for me to come out. He was putting someone else in to bring a spark off the bench, so it was just perfect timing for me to come out and get an X-ray.
The optimism from Bradley is good news to hear from a guy who has had a history of shoulder and ankle injuries throughout his career. His health hasn't been a problem this season, as he's appeared in 45 of 46 games, while averaging 13.1 points per game.
Bradley, best known for being a pest on the defensive end, is a much needed commodity in the C's offense, scoring in double figures in 15 of the last 17 games. His ability to fight through any nagging injuries can only help as the Celtics push for a spot in the playoffs.