Avery Bradley might as well be two different players. As a point guard in the half court offense, he's... well... he's not good. Not yet anyway. And maybe that takes time. Right now it's so bad, though, that you almost either have to start him so he can get a ton of help from the starters, or sit him because the bench can't bail him out on offense.
But on the other end of the court, Bradley is a menace. Going one-on-one with Bradley has generally been a losing proposition. Here is a closer look at just how good Bradley has been on D (according to Synergy Sports).
Overall: Synergy has Bradley down for 85 defensive possessions. Opponents are shooting 38.5% (13.3% from 3) in those possessions, turning the ball over 10.6% of the time. He's holding opponents to .76 PPP (points per possession).
He is by far most effective in isolation situations. In 14 isolation situations, opponents are shooting 3-11 with 3 turnovers.
The situation he h...