Excels in transition whether he is finishing or finding an open teammate
Good three-point shooter
Bit of a tweener who will need to learn to effectively run the point to reach his full potential
Can be taken advantage of on the block by bigger guards
A surprisingly poor free throw shooter
Summary: Bradley is an extremely gifted player on both ends of the floor. Unfortunately for his NBA future, he does not have a true position which affects his draft placement. If he turned pro after this season, Bradley would still be a borderline lottery pick. Ideally, he would return to Austin and learn to play the point, but the 'Horns already have a few young point guards on their roster so it will be interesting to see whether or not he declares for the 2010 NBA Draft.
Player Comparison: Randy Foye. Foye is a talented offensive player who primarily played the off-guard position in college. Yet, due to his size, Foye was asked to run the point and has to smoothly transition to that role. Bradley is likely to suffer a similar fate as he is undersized to be a true two at the next level, but is not a true point guard either. He is absolutely the definition of a tweener.
A little late on this par but here goes: Houston -134 and if time available going in the second tier spot the Dodgers either with the high ML or I may go the way of the RL. Another: Colorado -134, two open. Another: Nats -149, two open. Another: Boston -200 (Sale), two open. GL tonight folks.
With every sports outlet picking the Titans, I feel they are overrated. I had them underrated last year but loved their o-line. They keep referencing before Mariota got injured. The thing is they were getting killed by the Jaguars before that injury. They pulled out some huge wins vs KC and GB but also struggled in their own division. I also wonder how Mariota's injury heals for this season as it was late in the season. I think they will be more of a .500 team that keeps games close. Hopefully, that means they cover the spread as underdogs.