Tacoma native Avery Bradley re-signed with the Boston Celtics this morning for four years and a total of $32 million. Bradley became the starting shooting guard several years ago when Ray Allen started slowing down, and also played point guard when Rajon Rondo went down with an injury.
Bradley had his best career year last season, averaging 14.9 points on .438 shooting from the field and .395 from deep. He also grabbed 3.8 rebounds and dished out 1.4 assists.
By re-signing Bradley, the Celtics continue to have a very full backcourt, with Rondo, Bradley, Phil Pressey, Chris Babb and rookies Marcus Smart and James Young.
For more on this signing check out Celtics Blog.