Boston Celtics guard Avery Bradley elevated to the All-Defense first team last season and, after being the top vote-getter at the guard position in the Defensive Player of the Year balloting, has already suggested he deserves annual consideration for the league’s top defensive honor. But on his list of individual goals, that honor is maybe only superseded by one objective.
“I want people to see me as a two-way player,” said Bradley. “A defensive player and an offensive player.”
This past summer, Bradley huddled with famed basketball trainer Tim Grover with the goal of increasing his offensive Rolodex, particularly in terms of becoming a better playmaker. After displaying a stronger handle last season, Bradley wants to improve as a passer and learn new ways to generate opportunities for his teammates.
Source: Chris Forsberg of ESPN
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