Bradley's reached the sky limit, and he's still growing- growing. Bradley has been exhibiting his strength, and vigor. Not for the admiration of others. He's been eclipsing everyone around him for himself. When you see a player like Bradley blossom into something special. You know they will only get better because of the love they have for the game of basketball. Avery was recently up for player of the month.
He didn't land the honor, but Celtics second-year shooting guard Avery Bradley was one of six Eastern Conference players nominated for the final Player of the Month award of the season. Bradley, who averaged 15.1 points while shooting 52 percent from the floor in 15 April appearances, lost out to New York's Carmelo Anthony. Atlanta's Josh Smith and Joe Johnson, Indiana's David West, and Miami's LeBron James were also nominated.
I have said that the playoffs could be a coming out party for Bradley. All of us get to see him every game. Now the world will. With Ray Allen on the shelf. Bradley's role becomes more vital today, than it did yesterday. Bradley has something you can't teach. He's fearless, and nothing gets inside his head. Maybe in his first season. But now Bradley wants to be a key player on a championship team. I don't see anything stopping this young up, and coming player from trying to reach his goal.