After being under quarantine under the league’s Health and Safety guidelines over the weekend, it appears Tony Bradley is good to go with the Thunder — starting as soon as tonight.
Mark Daigneault addressed the media midday Monday stating that the big man will be in the rotation against the Mavericks. “He’ll come off the bench and we’ll give him some minutes and see where he’s at,” said Daigneault.
Bradley was acquired at the Thursday’s trade deadline alongside Austin Rivers, who has since been waived, in exchange for guard George Hill.
Bradley’s last NBA contest may have been his best ever, the 23-year-old dropped a career-high 18 points (8-of-8 FG) and 11 rebounds in his final suit up for Philadelphia. Throughout the season, Bradley has placed averages of 5.5 points, 5.2 rebounds, and 0.7 blocks in a 14.4 minute input.
Expect the guard to play the majority of his minutes with the second unit, but in the case Moses Brown sees limited run — don’t be surprised if Bradley would be next in the pecking order.