Agent Denies Jerusalem Replacing Bradley
The plan was for Avery Bradley to spend a few months overseas, get a few good runs in, and then return to the Boston Celtics once the NBA lockout was over.
But an internet report indicated his time with Hapoel Migdal Jerusalem (1-2) of the Israeli League was ending after just a couple of games played.
Not true, says Bradley’s agent.
“He played last night and had 21 points,” his agent, Mitchell Butler of Lagardère Unlimited, told CSNNE.com on Monday. “He’s still under contract with them.”
Butler added that there have not been any talks between him and Hapoel Migdal about the 20-year-old Bradley being released.
“As of now, they’re happy with his performance,” said Butler.