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Since the news broke about Boston Celtics player, Avery Bradley being traded for Marcus Morris to join the Detroit Pistons, fans have been looking for answers. If you want details on the trade and Avery Bradley’s contract, then our Avery Bradley wiki is just for you.

Who is Avery Bradley?

Avery Bradley’s age is 26 years old and he was born as Avery Antonio Bradley Jr. on November 26, 1990 in Tacoma, Washington. He went to the University of Texas at Austin and is best known for playing guard for the Boston Celtics. Avery Bradley’s stats place him at 6’2″ and 180 lbs, and he’s been an active player for six years. Avery Bradley’s net worth is unknown, but Avery Bradley’s salary is estimated at $8.0 million.

Avery Bradley Gets Traded

Thanks to Adrian Wojnarowski and his helpful “Woj bombs” on Twitter, multiple sources have reported that Bradley is being traded to the Detroit Pistons, and Morris is joining the Boston Celtics. Looks like both players will have to pack their bags and uproot their lives once again! Maybe Avery Bradley’s next girlfriend will be in Detroit? Either way, whether you agree with it or not—Bradley is being traded and fans will have to see how it all plays out. It’s nothing new to players; they don’t look to have their number switched to another jersey, but they aren’t blind to the possibility either. In the end, it always has to do with money. The good news is that Bradley is a “bulldog” and if both Los Angeles teams fought hard for him, then there’s clearly something there worth having.

Had a tiny issue with my knee last night

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Avery Bradley’s Contract

Bradley’s deal makes room for the salary-cap space the Celtics needed to sign forward Gordon Hayward, who is a free agent at the moment. He now has the opportunity to be signed to a four-year, $128.0 million contract. According to the league, the L.A. Clippers and Los Angeles Lakers were also aggressively interested in signing Bradley, but ultimately lost the draft.  In trading Bradley, the Celtics will save roughly $3.5 million next season and the Pistons are able to add more years to Bradley’s contract. Some thought that Bradley’s four-year $32.0 million deal was seen as generous when he initially signed it in July 2014, but others believe he’s outplayed that contract already. As it stands, Bradley has one more year left on his contract and is owed $8.8 million for the 2017-2018 season. In the end, he’d definitely a guard that the Pistons could use and could be their next ace in the hole.

Practicing during all star break

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