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Avery Bradley Signs A Two-Year Deal With Lakers

The Lakers signed free-agent guard Avery Bradley to a two-year deal for $9.7 million after he cleared waivers Monday, his agent, Bill Duffy of BDA Sports, told The Times.

Bradley signed with a salary-cap exception and the second year is a player option, Duffy said. The 6-foot-2 veteran joins a Lakers team that now has seven guards not counting LeBron James, who will be the starting point guard next season.

Over the course of his nine-year career, the 28-year-old Bradley has made his mark as an outstanding one-on-one defender. He was named to the NBA’s all-defensive team in 2016 and the second team in 2013 while playing for Boston.
Bradley started 49 games last season with the Clippers, averaging 8.2 points and shooting 33.7% from three-point range, but struggled with injuries. After he was dealt to Memphis at the trade deadline, he averaged 16.1 points in 14 starts and shot 38.4% from three-point range.

He is a career 36.4% three-point sho
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