G - FA
Rockets guard Avery Bradley unavailable for his team debut for Saturday's game against the Timberwolves.
It was reported Bradley would be available for the Rockets the following game. With Eric Gordon out for a few weeks, it'll be interesting to see what Bradley's role is with Houston.
Miami Heat SG Avery Bradley (calf) will not play Tuesday against the Phoenix Suns as he continues to deal with a strained right calf.
Duncan Robinson and Tyler Herro should continue to play 30+ minutes each with Bradley still sidelined due to a right calf strain. Robinson is the cheaper player on FanDuel against the Suns on Tuesday but Tyler Herro at $5,200 is a better value, as he has scored at least 18 points in three consecutive games.
Miami Heat G Avery Bradley has a right calf strain and will be out for 3-4 weeks. The timing of the injury could keep Bradley out through the All-Star break.
Bradley has not been a factor in fantasy basketball this year. Fantasy managers should expect to see more work for Duncan Robinson and a potential return of Kendrick Nunn to the Heat lineup.
Avery Bradley (knee) is available for Wednesday night's game against the Wizards.
Bradley returned on Monday after a two game absence with a hideous stat-line posting just two rebounds over 20 minutes. Bradley is rooted deep into a slump that will need serious improvement to work out of. It's best to steer clear of Bradley until he starts on an upward trajectory.
Miami Heat SG Avery Bradley (knee) is listed as questionable ahead of Monday's game against the Charlotte Hornets.
Bradley has missed time with a knee injury in recent games. His relevancy in fantasy formats is small given his limited opportunity to generate production in most scoring formats. Fantasy managers should look elsewhere for more consistent and healthy scoring options if possible.