Bradley Foul's everytime up the court,Officials will now start calling it.

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    Bradley Foul's everytime up the court,Officials will now start calling it.

    Avery Bradley does not play good defense.The man fouls everytime up the court and will soon be a non factor. Bradley style of play has been tried many times across the NBA and in College and High School games. The other teams and officials catch up with his act and start calling the fouls.

    Watch Bradley play defense,he steps into the offensive player body and swings his hands upward,making contact with the offensive player.The offensive player pivots and goes the other way only to run into Bradley again throwing himself under the offensive players leggs.

    Bradley's sticks his feet under the offensive player,tripping the player and then hacking for the loose ball.

    The NBA coaches are not stupid and I am sure film of Avery's fouling will be under review by Stern . Who will direct the officials to clean up Bradleys act and call a foul.

    Watch Doc go crazy the next game when Bradley gets his 3rd foul in the first quarter.

    Thug ,Mug ball is bad for the NBA and Ainge could care less.

    Ainge and Doc have brought back 1990's Piston and Knick style slow ball.

    Run

     

     

     
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    Re: Bradley Foul's everytime up the court,Officials will now start calling it.

    In response to runrunandrun's comment:
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    Avery Bradley does not play good defense.The man fouls everytime up the court and will soon be a non factor. Bradley style of play has been tried many times across the NBA and in College and High School games. The other teams and officials catch up with his act and start calling the fouls.

    Watch Bradley play defense,he steps into the offensive player body and swings his hands upward,making contact with the offensive player.The offensive player pivots and goes the other way only to run into Bradley again throwing himself under the offensive players leggs.

    Bradley's sticks his feet under the offensive player,tripping the player and then hacking for the loose ball.

    The NBA coaches are not stupid and I am sure film of Avery's fouling will be under review by Stern . Who will direct the officials to clean up Bradleys act and call a foul.

    Watch Doc go crazy the next game when Bradley gets his 3rd foul in the first quarter.

    Thug ,Mug ball is bad for the NBA and Ainge could care less.

    Ainge and Doc have brought back 1990's Piston and Knick style slow ball.

    Run

     

     

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    You don't know what you are talking about.  He gets into their space and is quick enough to react to what they do.  Nice try though.

     
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    Re: Bradley Foul's everytime up the court,Officials will now start calling it.

    In response to runrunandrun's comment:
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    Avery Bradley does not play good defense.The man fouls everytime up the court and will soon be a non factor. Bradley style of play has been tried many times across the NBA and in College and High School games. The other teams and officials catch up with his act and start calling the fouls.

    Watch Bradley play defense,he steps into the offensive player body and swings his hands upward,making contact with the offensive player.The offensive player pivots and goes the other way only to run into Bradley again throwing himself under the offensive players leggs.

    Bradley's sticks his feet under the offensive player,tripping the player and then hacking for the loose ball.

    The NBA coaches are not stupid and I am sure film of Avery's fouling will be under review by Stern . Who will direct the officials to clean up Bradleys act and call a foul.

    Watch Doc go crazy the next game when Bradley gets his 3rd foul in the first quarter.

    Thug ,Mug ball is bad for the NBA and Ainge could care less.

    Ainge and Doc have brought back 1990's Piston and Knick style slow ball.

    Run

     

     

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    SHUT UP. You don't have a clue. Bradley plays text book D. He is incredibly athletic and super quick. He keeps his body square with the dribbler and anticipates every next step extremely well. Combine thsoe traits with his youth and unusually high energy level, and he sets him apart from his NBA peers. He is able to maintain his level of intensity much longer than most others. Great D is hard work, but is contagious. The rest of the team feeds off of his effort and the refs are both mesmorized by and respect the clinic he puts on each night with his foot work. He is a charge waiting to happen with every dribble by his opposition. Run, you are a basketball novice, obviously! Try hating in a more intelligent way next time.......

     
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    Re: Bradley Foul's everytime up the court,Officials will now start calling it.

    agreed

     
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    Re: Bradley Foul's everytime up the court,Officials will now start calling it.

    In response to runrunandrun's comment:
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    Avery Bradley does not play good defense.The man fouls everytime up the court and will soon be a non factor. Bradley style of play has been tried many times across the NBA and in College and High School games. The other teams and officials catch up with his act and start calling the fouls.

    Watch Bradley play defense,he steps into the offensive player body and swings his hands upward,making contact with the offensive player.The offensive player pivots and goes the other way only to run into Bradley again throwing himself under the offensive players leggs.

    Bradley's sticks his feet under the offensive player,tripping the player and then hacking for the loose ball.

    The NBA coaches are not stupid and I am sure film of Avery's fouling will be under review by Stern . Who will direct the officials to clean up Bradleys act and call a foul.

    Watch Doc go crazy the next game when Bradley gets his 3rd foul in the first quarter.

    Thug ,Mug ball is bad for the NBA and Ainge could care less.

    Ainge and Doc have brought back 1990's Piston and Knick style slow ball.

    Run

     

     

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    Run, SHUT UP. You don't have a clue. Bradley plays text book D. He is incredibly athletic and super quick. He keeps his body square with the dribbler and anticipates every next step extremely well. Combine thsoe traits with his youth and unusually high energy level, and he sets him apart from his NBA peers. He is able to maintain his level of intensity much longer than most others. Great D is hard work, but is contagious. The rest of the team feeds off of his effort and the refs are both mesmorized by and respect the clinic he puts on each night with his foot work. He is a charge waiting to happen with every dribble by his opposition. Run, you are a basketball novice, obviously! Try hating in a more intelligent way next time.......

     
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    Re: Bradley Foul's everytime up the court,Officials will now start calling it.

    runnynose is so funny....there isnt a celtic player he likes....has to work for bdc to help get more posts

     

     
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    Re: Bradley Foul's everytime up the court,Officials will now start calling it.

    run run was probably the worse player defensively when he played pick up basketball with the neighborhood kids. That was why he was always picked last.

     
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    Re: Bradley Foul's everytime up the court,Officials will now start calling it.

    Maybe if Bradley ever gets his skin color a lot lighter, he'll be your type of player.

     
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    Re: Bradley Foul's everytime up the court,Officials will now start calling it.

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    Maybe if Bradley ever gets his skin color a lot lighter, he'll be your type of player.

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    yes, he is also a racists

     
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    Re: Bradley Foul's everytime up the court,Officials will now start calling it.

    In response to RallyC's comment:
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    In response to runrunandrun's comment:
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    Avery Bradley does not play good defense.The man fouls everytime up the court and will soon be a non factor. Bradley style of play has been tried many times across the NBA and in College and High School games. The other teams and officials catch up with his act and start calling the fouls.

    Watch Bradley play defense,he steps into the offensive player body and swings his hands upward,making contact with the offensive player.The offensive player pivots and goes the other way only to run into Bradley again throwing himself under the offensive players leggs.

    Bradley's sticks his feet under the offensive player,tripping the player and then hacking for the loose ball.

    The NBA coaches are not stupid and I am sure film of Avery's fouling will be under review by Stern . Who will direct the officials to clean up Bradleys act and call a foul.

    Watch Doc go crazy the next game when Bradley gets his 3rd foul in the first quarter.

    Thug ,Mug ball is bad for the NBA and Ainge could care less.

    Ainge and Doc have brought back 1990's Piston and Knick style slow ball.

    Run

     

     

    [/QUOTE]

    SHUT UP. You don't have a clue. Bradley plays text book D. He is incredibly athletic and super quick. He keeps his body square with the dribbler and anticipates every next step extremely well. Combine thsoe traits with his youth and unusually high energy level, and he sets him apart from his NBA peers. He is able to maintain his level of intensity much longer than most others. Great D is hard work, but is contagious. The rest of the team feeds off of his effort and the refs are both mesmorized by and respect the clinic he puts on each night with his foot work. He is a charge waiting to happen with every dribble by his opposition. Run, you are a basketball novice, obviously! Try hating in a more intelligent way next time.......

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    Hi Rally C

    Bradley would foul out if he ever play more then 30 minutes. Bradley avgs a foul every five minutes of playing time. The man is a hacker and the league will stop him.

    Run

     
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    Re: Bradley Foul's everytime up the court,Officials will now start calling it.

    In response to runrunandrun's comment:
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    Avery Bradley does not play good defense.The man fouls everytime up the court and will soon be a non factor. Bradley style of play has been tried many times across the NBA and in College and High School games. The other teams and officials catch up with his act and start calling the fouls.

    Watch Bradley play defense,he steps into the offensive player body and swings his hands upward,making contact with the offensive player.The offensive player pivots and goes the other way only to run into Bradley again throwing himself under the offensive players leggs.

    Bradley's sticks his feet under the offensive player,tripping the player and then hacking for the loose ball.

    The NBA coaches are not stupid and I am sure film of Avery's fouling will be under review by Stern . Who will direct the officials to clean up Bradleys act and call a foul.

    Watch Doc go crazy the next game when Bradley gets his 3rd foul in the first quarter.

    Thug ,Mug ball is bad for the NBA and Ainge could care less.

    Ainge and Doc have brought back 1990's Piston and Knick style slow ball.

    Run

     

     

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    It's called being faster and working harder than the offensive player, getting to the spot first.

     
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    Re: Bradley Foul's everytime up the court,Officials will now start calling it.

    I don't believe in criticizing spelling and grammar in forum.  I probably just misspelled criticizing.  But it's hard for me to respect someone's opinion who think a foul can own something.

     
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