Originally posted on Celtics Life  |  Last updated 1/17/13
According to CSNNE's A. Sherrod Blakely, Celtics guard Avery Bradley is dealing with a rib injury and will not practice today. He's also questionable for tomorrow night's home game with the Bulls. From the article (link). According to coach Doc Rivers, the 6-foot-2 defensive star, has a rib injury that will keep him from practicing today. "He's OK; not great," said Rivers in describing Bradley's current state physically. "He's not going to do anything today, for sure." His status is day-to-day as the C's close out their five-game homestand Friday night against the Bulls. Like the C's, Bradley's best work came in the game's early moments. But for the most part, like the rest of the Celtics, he never seemed to get into any kind of flow or play at the steady, high-impact level defensively that fans have grown accustomed to seeing. "I went out there and competed," Bradley told CSNNE.com after the game. "Played as hard as I could." Which is why he has been given much of the credit...
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