The Detroit Pistons started 2018 with Avery Bradley in the lineup against the Miami Heat Wednesday night.
The Detroit Pistons posted a 5-2 record without Avery Bradley on the court. After missing seven games in three weeks, he was a bit out of sync on the defensive end in his return to action Wednesday night. Bradley scored 15 points and shot 6-for-19 from the field in 38 minutes.
One of their most impressive wins during his absence was a complete defensive dismantling of the San Antonio Spurs. Even though Bradley and Stanley Johnson didn’t suit up, Detroit managed to beat the Spurs 93-79, closing out 2017 with a decisive win.
Returning to the lineup on a night when Detroit’s roster looked like… Read More