This article is part of our NBA Injury Analysis series.The 2017-18 NBA season has been riddled with injuries, with multiple All-Stars suffering significant ailments. As a whole, the league has lost over 4,000 games due to injury or illness and remains on pace for its highest total since the NBA shifted away from an injured list prior to the 2005-06 season. Of course, these injuries have had a considerable impact on the fantasy landscape and will continue to do so through the end of the season.
Avery BradleyBradley has not played since the Clippers returned from the All-Star break as he continues to battle a lingering injury. The problem first surfaced during his brief stint in Detroit where he received an injection for recurring pain in his groin. The Pistons linked the problem to a pubic stress injury. The issue remained following his trade to Los Angeles with the Clippers now referring to the problem as athletic pubalgia.
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