Boston Celtics

Position
G
 
Jersey
Name  Avery Bradley
Born  11/26/1990
Height  6-2
Weight  180
College  Texas
Home Town  Henderson, NV
High School  Findlay Prep
Regular Season Totals
SeasonMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
20148143361393622155772372463057
2013185589136179904817822685631196145
2012143546119240373081111104641972129
201113684842002262348111587431275109
20101625223064131712901620
Total5634222491517721713141054132520348289460
 
Regular Season Averages
SeasonMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
201430.112.45.11.3330.8150.5562.1112.6671.40.90.21.112.11
201330.914.96.01.3171.5000.8002.9673.7671.41.10.21.602.42
201228.79.23.80.8000.7400.6001.6202.2202.11.30.41.442.58
201121.47.63.10.3440.9690.5311.2661.7971.40.70.21.171.70
20105.21.70.70.0000.1940.1290.4190.5480.40.30.00.520.65
Total24.39.63.90.7630.9350.5651.7672.3321.40.90.21.251.98
 
Post Season Totals
SeasonMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
20121914017243101381111111
20112486725512317208861020
Total4391074271662733161972131
 
Post Season Averages
SeasonMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
201231.86.72.80.3330.6670.5001.6672.1671.31.80.21.831.83
201124.86.72.50.5001.2000.3001.7002.0000.80.80.61.002.00
Total27.46.72.60.4381.0000.3751.6882.0631.01.20.41.311.94
 
Notes:
2010: Selected by Boston in 1st round (19th overall) of the NBA Draft...2013: NBA All-Defensive Second Team...2014: Re-signed with Boston to a four-year deal worth $32 million.

Decided to leave Texas after only one season in which he averaged 11.6 ppg and 2.1 apg as a freshman...A relentless attacker of the basket, Bradley can penetrate and score over much taller defenders...Could certainly have put up much bigger numbers on a different team in college, but Bradley assimilated well to UT`s scheme...Is a solid jump shooter who figures to improve in that area...Has a big wingspan for a player his size...Is a willing defender who takes pride in shutting down his man...Is a bit undersized to play the shooting guard position and is simply not a true point guard, making Bradley a bit of a gamble...Struggled from the foul line at Texas, as 54.5 percent free throw shooting is simply unacceptable...Overall talent is too good to overlook.

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