Avery Bradley on when he's off

When taken off point guard duty, defensive specialist's offense flourishes

Updated: November 10, 2013, 8:48 PM ET
By Chris Forsberg | ESPNBoston.com

It's easy to forget now, but the first bullet point in ESPN's 2010 draft profile of Avery Bradley read, "Explosive scorer." Sure, Bradley was regarded as one of the best perimeter defenders in college basketball during his one and only season at Texas, but it was his complementary offensive game that led ESPN to rank him as the top high school senior in the class of 2009 (ahead of John Wall) the year before.

But the biggest knock on Bradley in recent seasons at the NBA level has been his ...

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