Video courtesy of CLNS Radio
Nice interview recorded by the fine folks at CLNS Radio. Check out the whole story at the link below. Of note:
"I feel a lot better [now]. I do pushups now. [I] Try to do some every day to see how my arms feel. It’s night and day how I feel from two weeks ago." But Avery isn’t looking to push it. He doesn’t want to end up like Kendrick Perkins, who was constantly battling shoulder injuries during his time in Boston. "They told me a few stories [about Perk]," Bradley said. "The doctor told me [that my shoulder would be stronger coming back]."
Good stuff there.