Avery Bradley says "I'm maybe a week or two weeks away from returning to full practice." #Celticsabout 13 hours ago via TweetDeckReplyRetweetFavorite@TragsMike PetragliaVia the Boston Globe:â€śI feel a lot better,â€ť Bradley said. â€śIâ€™m just so excited that Iâ€™m getting more closer medically. I canâ€™t wait to see my teammates. Every single day I come in, I tell the trainers to have them test me out to see how strong I am.â€ťâ€śDoc kind of stays out of [when I would return],â€ť Bradley said. â€śItâ€™s really up to the trainers and the strength and conditioning coaches and me, to see how I feel. Itâ€™s hard for him to determine because Iâ€™m such a tough guy and I want to get out there. They put me through a lot of tests because I lie to them sometimes because I want to be back. Theyâ€™re just protecting me and I want to protect myself because when I come back I want to have no setbacks.â€śI feel a lot better. Iâ€™m doing pushups now. I try to do them every single day. I feel a lot stronger; itâ€™s like night and day how I feel from two weeks ago.â€ťPersonally, I was really hyped that Bradley can do pushups. Since he injured his shoulders, I felt his ability to do pushups again meant heâ€™s obviously very strong now. But a buddy emailed, â€śHe JUST started doing pushups?Â Um, take three more weeks, then. We need him healthy all year, not until the first time he gets hit hard on a screen.â€ťThe Celtics can take their time with Bradley. Be patient. Heâ€™s a 22-year old rising stud. Let him return to full health before bringing him anywhere near the court. But yeah, if I told you I wasnâ€™t excited Bradley finally has a timetable, Iâ€™d be lying.