The ankle injury that sidelined Avery Bradley for five games is once again an issue for the Celtics guard. Although he was one of five double-digit scorers in Boston's 114-108 victory over Philadelphia on Wednesday, Bradley was limited to just 26 minutes. After the game, Bradley said the injury wasn't aggravated by any particular movement or contact on Wednesday. "It's been feeling sore the last two games," Bradley, who had 14 points on 6-for-15 shooting in the win over the Sixers, told reporters. "I've just been trying to fight through the pain. It just gave out on me a little bit." When asked where he now stood with the injury, Bradley said, "I don't know. We'll see." Coach Brad Stevens noticed Bradley didn't look like himself and opted to sit him down. "I just didn't think he looked like he had the same bounce," Stevens told reporters.
Ankle bothering Celtics' Bradley again
NBC Sports Boston | Feb 6