Avery Bradley Injury: Celtics Guard Leaves Floor With Left Shoulder Injury During Second Quarter

Boston Celtics shooting guard Avery Bradley went down with an apparent shoulder injury during the second quarter of tonight's game against the Philadelphia 76ers.

Bradley was trying to adjust his shot in midair in the paint when he was crashed into by Elton Brand


Bradley could be seen wincing in pain on the floor and has been brought to the locker room after returning to the bench. Bradley dislocated his left shoulder in the first round of the playoffs against the Atlanta Hawks but didn't miss any time after being cleared by team doctors for Game 4 of that series.

The Celtics have confirmed that the injury is to the left shoulder and that Bradley will be evaluated during halftime (via Celtics). Bradley's shoulder has reportedly dislocated multiple times this season.

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