The Pistons put Avery Bradley on the trade block



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In an effort to avoid losing Avery Bradley for nothing once free agency rolls around the slumping Pistons have made the starting guard available for trade according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski who cites League sources.

Bradley was originally brought on by the Pistons in a trade this past offseason that sent starting forward Marcus Morris to the Celtics in return for the defensive stout Bradley. However even with Bradley, Detroit has been unable to find any success on the floor that transcends to winning at the end of the night, this has been especially the case without Bradley’s back court partner in Reggie Jackson.

Since going down with an ankle injury, the Pistons have lost eight straight including 12 of 15 without Jackson and currently sit three games behind the 76ers for the final playoff spot in the East.

As far as a return for Bradley, the Pistons are reportedly have a high asking price which could certainly change the closer we get to the February 8th trade deadline.

Averaging 15.0 points per game while shooting just 40.9 percent from the floor (down from the 16.3 points and 46.3 percent he managed a year ago in Boston) Bradley, according to Woj could command around $20 million in free agency this summer.

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