Detroit Pistons: Avery Bradley available in trade talks

Detroit Pistons: Avery Bradley available in trade talks

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Avery BradleyDETROIT,NOVEMBER 29: Avery Bradley #22 of the Detroit Pistons looks to the bench during the second quarter of the game against the Phoenix Suns at Little Caesars Arena on November 29, 2017 in Detroit, Michigan. Detroit defeated Phoenix 131-107. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)

The Detroit Pistons have actually made shooting guard Avery Bradley offered in trade talks, league sources informed ESPN.

The Detroit Pistons have actually made shooting guard Avery Bradley offered in trade talks, league sources informed ESPN.
Up until now, Detroit’s asking rate for Bradley is considerable, league sources stated. Bradley is arranged to become unrestricted free agent this summer season and might command a yearly wage in the $20 million variety.
The Pistons (22-26) have actually been among the most aggressive groups in pursuit of enhancing themselves prior to the Feb. 8 trade due date. Detroit has actually lost 8 straight video games and 12 of its previous 15 considering that point player Reggie Jackson was lost with an ankle injury.
The Pistons obtained Bradley in a July trade with the Boston Celtics with hopes of eventually signing him to a long-term contract this summer season. Now the Pistons are looking for a return on Bradley prior to the possibility of losing him without payment in free agency, league sources stated.
Detroit renounced the rights to restricted free representative Kentavious Caldwell-Pope upon obtaining Bradley in July, banking on a long-term collaboration with Bradley.
Bradley, 27, has actually been troubled by a groin injury, which made him miss out on 7 straight games previously in the season. He sat out Pistons’ loss Sunday to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Bradley is averaging 15 points per game and is shooting 40.9 percent from the floor, down from 16.3 points and 46.3 percent a year ago with Boston.
Bradley is considered among the NBA’s finest two-way shooting guards. He played 7 seasons with Boston prior to the trade that sent out Marcus Morris to the Celtics.

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