|Full name||Avery Antonio Bradley Jr.|
|birthday||26th November 1990 (age 29)|
|place of birth||Merced , California , United States|
|position||Shooting Guard / Point Guard|
|NBA draft||2010 , 19th pick , Boston Celtics|
|society||Los Angeles Lakers|
|Clubs as active|
|2010–2017 Boston Celtics 2011 → Maine Red Claws ( D-League ) 2011 Hapoel Jerusalem 2017–2018 Detroit Pistons 2018–2019 Los Angeles Clippers 2019 Memphis Grizzlies Since 2019 Los Angeles Lakers
High school and college
In his senior year high school in 2009, Bradley was one of the top players in his class. The American college sports television channel ESPNU ranked him number one, Yahoo Sports number four and Scout.com number five.
Bradley led the Henderson International School squad to a 56:53 national high school basketball championship win over Oak Hill Academy . He played in the McDonald's All-American Game in 2009 . That year he also won the McDonald's High School All-American Dunk Contest.
In his first season with the Texas Longhorns, he played all 34 games in the starting five and achieved a points average of 11.6 points per game.
In the 2010 NBA Draft , he was selected 19th by the Boston Celtics. He signed his rookie contract with the Celtics on July 2, 2010. On January 14, 2011, Bradley was posted to the Celtics' farm team , the Maine Red Claws . After a spinal cord injury to his teammate Marquis Daniels , he was back in the Celtics squad from February 7, 2011. In his rookie season, Bradley averaged 1.7 points per game.
During the 2011 NBA lockout , he played three games in Israel at Hapoel Jerusalem . After Ray Allen was injured in the meantime, Bradley got significantly more playing time and rose to become a regular player. He received a lot of praise from all sides, especially for his defensive work. On April 20, 2012, Bradley posted a career high of 28 points in a game against the Atlanta Hawks . Bradley played 64 of 66 games and started in 28. He averaged 7.6 points, 1.8 rebounds and 1.4 assists . In the playoffs Bradley injured his shoulder and missed the start of the new 2012/13 season . He celebrated his comeback on January 2, 2013 in a loss to the Memphis Grizzlies . Despite the early season injury, Bradley was elected to the NBA All-Defensive Second Team for the first time in his career in 2012-13. In the 2013-14 season, Bradley improved his average point yield to almost 15 points. He was able to maintain this average for the next two seasons. For his good performance on the defensive in the 2015/16 season , Bradley was appointed to the NBA All-Defensive First Team .
On January 31, 2018 Bradley was traded to the Los Angeles Clippers together with Tobias Harris , Boban Marjanović and one first and second round pick in exchange for Blake Griffin , Brice Johnson and Willie Reed . After just six games for the Clippers, Bradley dropped out for the remainder of the season due to an athlete bar. After his contract expired in the summer of 2018, Bradley signed a new free agent contract with the Clippers for two years and $ 25 million.
As part of a trade, Bradley was transferred to the Memphis Grizzlies in February 2019 , where he played for the remainder of the 2018/2019 season. After the end of his contract, he joined the Los Angeles Lakers for the 2019/20 season and signed a contract until 2021.
|GP||Matches played (Games Played)||GS||Games from the beginning (Games started)||MPG||Graduated minutes per game (Minutes per game)|
|FG%||Throw rate from the field (field goal percentage)||3P%||Throwing quota three-point throws (3-point field-goal percentage)||FT%||Free throw rate (free-throw percentage)|
|RPG||Rebounds per game (rebounds per game)||APG||Assists per game (assists per game)||SPG||Steals per game (steals per game)|
|BPG||Blocks per game (blocks per game)||PPG||Points per game (points per game)||FAT||Career record|
- Avery Bradley - Player Profile on NBA.com
- Avery Bradley - player profile on basketball-reference.com
- 2009 College Basketball Recruiting Rankings. ESPNU 100th ESPNU, accessed November 22, 2010 .
- Rivals.com. 2009 Prospect Ranking. rivals.yahoo.com, accessed November 22, 2010 .
- Scout.com College Basketball Team Recruiting Prospects. Scout.com, accessed November 22, 2010 .
- Celtics assign Avery Bradley to Maine Red Claws. NBA.com. (No longer available online.) NBA Archived from the original on August 14, 2011 ; accessed on March 3, 2013 . Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.
- Avery Bradley joins to Hapoel Jerusalem. Eurobasket.com. Eurobasket, accessed March 3, 2013 .
- LA Clippers trade Blake Griffin to the Detroit Pistons against Bradley and Harris . January 30, 2018 ( spox.com [accessed January 30, 2018]).
- Avery Bradley Undergoes Surgery, Out For Season. Hoopsrumors.com. Retrieved July 26, 2018 .
- Avery Bradley to get two-year, $ 25M deal with Clippers. espn.com. Retrieved July 26, 2018 .
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Bradley, Avery Jr.|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||American basketball player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||November 26, 1990|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Merced , California , United States|