Avery Bradley is starting to feel it offensively and that's bad news for the rest of the NBA.
Bradley scored a season-high 22 points last night against Philadelphia and as ESPN's Chris Forsberg points out, those points didn't come from just one aspect of Bradley's 10-for-15 game.
Bradley did a little bit of everything on the offensive end, knocking down a couple of 3-pointers and producing one particularly thunderous fourth-quarter follow slam. But he was also 4-of-5 shooting in the midrange, showcasing that in-between jumper that Rivers always believed he had in his repertoire.
The defensive prowess of number zero is well documented (Forsberg says Bradley's a legit Defensive Player of the Year candidate, but that seems a bit strong as voters usually go with more established players for that award), but if Bradley all of a sudden becomes a dangerous two-way player, the league will be put on notice.
Forsberg points out that while Bradley is only averaging 9.7 ...