On Jan. 1 and Jan. 2, Gary Sherman (@gsherman5) tweeted me (@ProfessorDrz) a couple of questions about whether he should pick up Avery Bradley. Bradley was just about ready to return to the court after offseason surgeries on both shoulders, and as a young player that had shown some promise at the end of last season, before his injuries sidelined him, he was worth a bit of interest. I considered putting Bradley in my New Additions section, as he's got a chance to be a double-digit scorer with three-point range and good steal numbers. And at only 22 years old there's still the chance he could get much better, but I decided against it because the Celtics just have so many contributors at Bradley's position that I wasn't sure he'd produce. I figured I'd wait and see for a bit before touting him.
And it's good that I held off because, as you might expect, Bradley was rusty when he got back on the court. He was his usual ball-hawking self on defense, but on offense, he couldn't hi You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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