For all his athletic and defensive talents, Boston Celtics guard Avery Bradley has never been an especially reliable shooter. and I think we've found the problem. Entering Tuesday night's home game against the Milwaukee Bucks, Bradley had shot just 43.3 percent from the field and 27.9 percent from three-point range on the season, providing only minor assistance in solving the Celtics' offensive issues as Rajon Rondo continues his knee rehabilitation.
Luckily, I think we've now found Bradley's problem -- he just needed to find his sweet spot. Nearly halfway through the first quarter of Tuesday night's contest, Celtics forward Jared Sullinger hoisted a pull-up jumper with the shot clock running down. It missed everything and bounced towards the baseline, looking like a certain violation or out-of-bounds call in favor of the Bucks. That's when Bradley came out of nowhere, grabbed the ball while falling out of bounds, and threw up a shot over the side of the backboard to hit nothing butRead More »from Avery Bradley hits a crazy shot over the backboard to beat the shot clock (Video)