Obviously, this doesn’t mean Avery Bradley will miraculously heal in time to shut down
Ray Allen ”That dude who shoots real good and used to wear No. 20 for the Celtics” on opening night. The latest estimate for Bradley’s return remains December or January, which only adds to my pleasure that Danny Ainge stocked Boston’s cupboard full of talented guards.
Regardless, it’s nice to know Bradley’s progressing. His two shoulder surgeries this summer were spread out in part so he could literally maintain the ability to feed himself. Shooting jumpers requires the movement of both shoulders, so it’s clear he’s on the path to recovery, although obviously not at his destination yet. We will know he’s fully returned when opposing point guards begin games with tears streaming down their faces and urine stains running down the front of their shorts.
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- Avery Bradley to be released from Hapoel Jerusalem, according to report