Pistons Guard Avery Bradley On Trading Block

Report: Pistons have made Avery Bradley available for trade

Report: Pistons Guard Avery Bradley On Trading Block

While there's no team confirmation of Monday's report from ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski that the Pistons have made shooting guard Avery Bradley available in trade talks, there is a sense that they are looking at all options and listening to other teams' trade offers.

Detroit's asking price for Bradley is "significant", per Wojnarowski, who added the Pistons have been one of the league's most "aggressive" teams leading up to the deadline.

Bradley has seen a notable dropoff in production this season with lower per-game numbers in points and rebounds as well as dips in field goal percentage and 3-point shooting. That future may or may not include shooting guard Avery Bradley, who is scheduled to be a free agent at the conclusion of this season.

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The NBA trade deadline is February 8.

"The trade would also save the Cavs $8 million in luxury tax costs". Detroit has lost eight straight games and 12 of its past 15 since point guard was lost with an ankle injury.

Bradley is making $8.8 million in the final year of his contract, so he could draw interest as a rental player before hitting unrestricted free agency in July.

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Crowder, like Bradley, played for the Celtics last season and has floated between roles as a starter and reserve with the Cavaliers. But I don't think this deal was about Bradley vs. Morris, it was Bradley vs. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope or Bradley's replacement vs. Caldwell-Pope.

Bradley has struggled this season, both with injuries and his play. The Pistons' defensive rating with Bradley on the floor is 107.9, but when he sits, it falls to 101.5.

Bradley still remains one of the league's best perimeter defenders and is a career 37 percent shooter from the three-point line.

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