December 6, 2017, 11:25 am
Avery Bradley remains confident he will snap out of his shooting slump soon, as the Pistons will try to end their losing skid on Wednesday against the Bucks.
“I know it’s going to turn back around,” Bradley said. “I’ve been playing this game for awhile. I know that you go through these funks and you stay in the gym. You can’t get down on yourself.” Bradley is scoring 7.3 points while shooting 27.3 percent (9-for-33) on field goals and 7.7 percent (1-for-13) from 3-point range during the Pistons’ three-game losing streak. His shooting woes were emblematic of the entire team’s performance on Monday night but Bradley said he doesn’t notice extra attention from defenders. Sitting just outside the top-125, Bradley has been an integral part of the Pistons’ early success this year and his minutes are safe regardless of his recent slump.