Avery Bradley has found a new home in the NBA after agreeing to a deal with the Golden State Warriors. The guard spent last season with the Miami Heat and Houston Rockets, unable to stay with these teams after the campaign ended.
Earlier this week, it was reported that Bradley would work out with the Warriors alongside other guards like Darren Collison and Isaiah Thomas. These three sounded like good candidates to join Stephen Curry and co. in the bay, but Bradley ultimate won the race.
According to Shams Charania and Anthony Slater, the veteran is signing with the Dubs to bring much-needed defense to Chase Center.
Beal was part of the 2020 Lakers team that won the NBA championship in the bubble. He decided not to attempt the tournament, but his presence was vital for the team to dominate the West during the 2019/20 regular season.
After joining the Miami Heat in the 2020 offseason, Bradley was traded to Houston. Unfortunately, the Rockets didn't pick the $5.9 million team option, leaving the player free.
Now, he's joining another team with big chances to compete for important things next season. The Warriors are assembling an interesting team, and adding Bradley is certainly a win for them.