|Posted on July 25, 2012 at 10:25 PM|
"I don't know anything," Bradley told CSNNE.com in a phone interview. "They just want me to get healthy. That's all they really tell me. They don't really give me time frames."Here's Danny Ainge's thoughts on Bradley's return:
"We know there's a possibility that Avery won't be able to play the first month of the season," Danny Ainge, Boston's president of basketball operations, told CSNNE.com. "So we have to be prepared for that. You never know how these things play out; will it be a month? Or two months? I don't think it'll be much longer than that, or he could be back sooner. You try to build a roster where you can get by with any injury, that can sustain you through a short period of time."
No clear date yet for Bradley. But like Ainge says, the Celtics can survive without him for awhile.I hope he comes back by the first game, and I really want him going through camp as the starter. But first, I want him 100%, so if he needs to miss the first month, than so be it.