Avery Bradley Stats
- Height / Weight
- 75 / 180 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 11/26/1990 (31)
Avery Bradley Last 10 Games
Avery Bradley News
Los Angeles Lakers guard Avery Bradley (head) is listed as questionable for Friday's game against the Portland Trail Blazers. He suffered a head contusion during Wednesday's contest, but managed to play 33 minutes during that game. Bradley hasn't been much of a fantasy option this season, but has played significant minutes in the rotation. His absence would open up more chances for Talen Horton-Tucker. He'd likely jump into the starting five, assuming Bradley is unable to play. Horton-Tucker could have some streaming appeal and low cost DFS value if he starts on Friday.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Avery Bradley (thumb) has been ruled out for Tuesday's game against the Sacramento Kings. He has been in the starting five lately, but will miss at least one game due to a sprained right thumb. Malik Monk, Wayne Ellington, and Talen Horton-Tucker will absorb extra minutes with Bradley sidelined. Horton-Tucker is the best fantasy option out of the bunch. He has some DFS appeal for Tuesday's slate.
Houston Rockets shooting guard Avery Bradley (leg) and small/power forward Danuel House Jr. (ankle) have both been deemed unavailable for Thursday's contest against the Bucks. If contending with Milwaukee wasn't difficult enough, Houston will now be severely short-handed on the wing, with Jae'Sean Tate likely to step into a sizable role. Neither Bradley nor House has shown a propensity for being a reliable fantasy commodity over the final few weeks of the regular season, although their next opportunity to get back into action comes Saturday versus Golden State.
Houston Rockets guard very Bradley scored 15 points on 6-for-12 shooting in Friday's loss to the Boston Celtics. He was 2-for-7 from deep while also adding six rebounds and three assists. This was Bradley's third game in a Rockets uniform, and while he was 1-for-6 from the floor in his debut, he's now taken double-digit shot attempts in each of the last two games. It's not quite time to go out and add Bradley in season-long leagues, but his increased workload for Houston is something we should at least keep an eye on.