Bradley heading to Orlando
Orlando, FL (Sports Network) – Free agent forward Michael Bradley has signed
with the Orlando Magic after spending his three-year NBA career with the
Toronto Raptors and Atlanta Hawks. As per team policy, terms of the deal were
Bradley missed 59 games last year after opening the season on the injured list
with right knee tendinitis. He played in five games with Toronto before being
waived on March 12, and was picked up by Atlanta six days later.
He was originally selected as the No. 17 overall pick in the 2001 draft by
Toronto. In 109 career regular season games, he is averaging 3.5 points and
4.2 rebounds while playing 14.3 minutes per contest.
The 6’10” Bradley was a standout in college, capturing an NCAA Championship in
1998 with Kentucky before transferring to Villanova for his junior season.
During the 2000-01 season with Villanova he was tops in the NCAA in field goal
percentage (.692), 16th in rebounding (9.8) and 20th in scoring (20.8).