April 18, 2017, 8:27 pm
Avery Bradley struggled shooting the ball on Tuesday, hitting just five of his 15 attempts in a backbreaking Game 2 loss to the Bulls.
The Bulls clamped down Boston’s secondary options in this one, daring Isaiah Thomas to beat them by himself. Bradley saw a lot of (a shockingly engaged) Rajon Rondo and Jimmy Butler in this one, cutting down on his usual easy looks from deep and as a backdoor cutter. He finished with 12 points, three boards, three assists, one steal, one block and two 3-pointers, but the Celtics will need a lot more from him if they hope to save their season on Friday in Chicago.