With Ed Davis out for at least four weeks, it looks like Tony Bradley’s time to step up


With sidelined for at least four weeks due to a fractured left fibula, it’s now time for to show what he can do at the NBA level. The 21-year-old Bradley has played only 15 games in his NBA career so far, nine in his rookie season, three last season, and three in garbage time this season. Now, though, he’ll get real NBA minutes that matter. (Salt Lake Tribune)

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