Tony Bradley Stats
- Height / Weight
- 82 / 248 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 1/8/1998 (23)
- North Carolina
Tony Bradley Last 10 Games
Tony Bradley News
The Chicago Bulls have agreed to a one-year deal with center Tony Bradley. It will be on a minimum deal as Bradley will be asked to slide into a backup role behind Nikola Vucevic. Last season, Bradley averaged 8.7 points, 6.1 rebounds in 22 games with the Oklahoma City Thunder. He likely won't have a big role in Chicago, assuming everyone stays healthy. He can be ignored on draft day, but is someone worth monitoring if a big man goes down in Chicago.
Utah Jazz center Tony Bradley will be absent for Saturdays contest versus the Portland Trail Blazers due to a right knee sprain. Bradley will now have been on the sidelines for each of the teams two most recent outings, with Ed Davis having stepped up in his stead Thursday. Starting center Rudy Gobert may see a few additional minutes without Bradley available, although Bradleys role of seeing between 10-17 minutes in each of his last 16 games has remained consistent. His next chance of getting back into action comes Wednesday against Denver.
Utah Jazz center Tony Bradley filled in for Rudy Gobert (ankle) once again and made the most of his 23 minutes when he provided another excellent line in the loss to the Bucks. Bradley connected on 3-for-4 shooting en route to eight points and grabbed 11 rebounds with two assists while swatting three shots in the process. Gobert could be back any day, but until that day comes, keep streaming Bradley and keep adding him in DFS as he does not need much time to contribute fantasy-worthy lines.
Utah Jazz center Tony Bradley has wasted little time making an impact during Summer League, having taken his game up a notch during Tuesdays win over the Cleveland Cavaliers. Bradley had a double-double in Mondays opener, but went for a robust 26 points and 16 rebounds Tuesday, finishing 9-for-13 from the field and 8-for-10 from the free-throw stripe. The big man added three blocks across his 27 minutes, making an emphatic statement that he should be in line for minutes behind Jazz starting center Rudy Gobert when the regular season opens in October.