‘So Talented’: New Teammate Admits How Much He Enjoys Playing With Stephen Curry

Published 10/13/2021, 10:30 AM EDT


The Warriors signed former Houston Rockets guard Avery Bradley in the free agency this year. He is a defensive guard who would play as a back-up to the Splash Brothers: Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. While any player might get intimidated by the idea of playing backup to the best backcourt duo in the league, Bradley admits he is looking forward to getting more minutes on the floor with them.

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Recently, Avery Bradley engaged with the media about his experience playing for the Warriors. Subsequently, among other aspects, he highlighted how crucial this opportunity is for him, as he is getting a chance to play with Curry.

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Avery Bradley on his offensive growth with Stephen Curry

While talking to the media about his experience with the new organization, Bradley praised the way the Warriors’ front office is run. When asked about his growth on the offensive end, he said, “I feel like it’s going well. You know obviously, playing with a player like Steph curry that is so talented. You want to get him the ball as much as possible. You’re a little timid playing sometimes with him trying to figure out how you can help him get shots and make it easier for him.”

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SHENZHEN, CHINA – OCTOBER 12: #11 Avery Bradley of the Los Angeles Lakers in action during a preseason game as part of 2019 NBA Global Games China at Shenzhen Universiade Center on October 12, 2019 in Shenzhen, Guangdong, China. (Photo by Stringer/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

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“It definitely helps, me being a veteran player, knowing how to make adjustments a lot faster. And I’m learning every single game. I enjoy playing with them and I feel like I’m going to continue to keep getting better and not only help him but find ways to help myself on the offensive end as well,” he concluded

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Therefore, Bradley feels that the confidence in Curry‘s conversion rates would help him personally to improve as well. Bradley won a championship ring with the Lakers. Will he be able to add the depth on the bench that the Warriors need to make a championship run?

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Chaitanya Dadhwal

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Chaitanya Dadhwal is an NBA writer at EssentiallySports. Even though his journalism is driven by his desire to understand both sides of an argument and give a neutral perspective, he is biased towards Houston Rockets and Arsenal, and he has shown exactly how loyal he can be through tough times. Currently a Law student at Jindal Global Law School, he aims to have his own sports management firm one day and enjoys rap music during his time off.

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