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Avery Bradley is out against the Sixers due to the league’s COVID-19 health and safety protocols.
Bradley’s out designation is one of several designations handed to many Heat team members due to the league's health and safety protocols. Look for Duncan Robinson to see an expanded role in the rotation. This season, he has regressed in his value production as his efficiency on the court has dropped significantly. However, due to the team's situation and his upside, Robinson could be a viable asset to add to your DFS line-ups.
Avery Bradley (illness) will be available for Erik Spoelstra when the Heat take on the Thunder on Monday night.
Bradley had been battling a stomach illness that caused him to miss practice on Sunday, but he will be able to play tonight versus the Thunder. Since this is not a traditional ailment, Bradley could be an intriguing option on the DFS slate tonight. Bradley has had a stable floor in the scoring department, reaching double-digit points in every game he has featured in.
Miami Heat SG Avery Bradley (health and safety protocols) missed practice on Sunday.
With Bradley potentially having to miss out on Monday's game against the Thunder, we can expect backup guard Kendrick Nunn to slot into the veteran guard's spot.
Avery Bradley will join the starting five for Wednesday's matchup with the Bucks.
With Jimmy Butler out of action, Bradley will start alongside Tyler Herro, Bam Adebayo, Duncan Robinson, and Andre Iguodala. Bradley has averaged 13.0 points, 2.5 dimes, 2.0 boards, and 1.5 steals through two games with the Heat, and he makes an intriguing salary-saving option in daily formats.
Avery Bradley signed a two-year, $11.6 million contract with the Heat on Saturday.
Bradley declined his player option with the Lakers recently, and ends up in Miami on a two-year deal. He will see a reduced role as Bradley will compete with a loaded Miami backcourt. Bradley was sold on the Heat’s culture and was recruited by Pat Riley and Jimmy Butler, per Shams Charania of the Athletic. The 29-year-old guard averaged 8.6 points, 2.3 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 0.9 steals over 49 games for the Lakers last season.