In game one Bradley was a perfect 8-8 from the floor to finish with 17 points and 10 rebounds. He followed that up with another efficient 19 point and 12 rebound game on 8-12 shooting from the floor. Those two games came in high level contests against top competition, and Bradley rose to the occasion each time. While Bradley wasn’t soaring above the rim for rebounds or throwing down nasty dunks, he was making hook shots, and controlling the glass. Recruiting wise Roy Williams was in attendance for Bradley all day as was Leonard Hamilton and Avery Johnson.
Nike Global: Tony Bradley
Not too many players have the consistency of Tony Bradley. While the big man doesn’t do much that is flashy that will really blow you away, Bradley always finds a way to make things happen, and in a pair of games on Thursday he was tremendous.
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