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Bradley’s New Deal a Great Move


The Boston Celtics still have a few moves to make once the free agent/trading period really starts to get going. However, they have already locked up one piece for the future, as Avery Bradley signed a four-year deal worth $32 million. Some people originally had doubts about this move, but it is a pretty good deal compared to how the market is currently working.

Boston was one of the worst teams in the NBA last year, but it certainly was not because of Bradley. He is coming off his best statistical season of his career in one day fantasy leagues, as he averaged 14.9 points and 3.8 rebounds per game. He had to miss some playing time during the year, as he played just 60 games. In fact, that seems to be the biggest risk involving him at this point in time.

When the team decided to take the safe road and keep the guard with them, they knew that he had extensive injury issues already at a young age. Two summers ago, he went through 2 different shoulder surgeries before getting better. This year, his ankle once again gave him trouble after chipping a bone way back in his rookie season.

Since Boston decided to draft Marcus Smart and James Young, all of a sudden they have a lot of nice talent at the guard position. No one knows what will happen with Rajon Rondo, but Boston has to feel pretty confident with the moves they have made up to this point. It will be interesting to follow going forward to see if they make any big moves in the offseason. Signing Bradley to a long-term deal might not be the prettiest

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One Comment


    July 9, 2014 at 10:37 pm

    how is it a great move all you’ve pointed out is previous injuries lol.. what the deal size in contrast to others?

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