both are coming off major injuries. while Shump has the worse injury of the two, i have complete confidence in his ability to come back judging on his tweets on him having yet to miss a rehab schedule.
My bias picks Shump but this is a tough question. Can't go wrong with either one. While I think Shump is more capable of guarding 1-3 and is bigger, Bradley is more of a consistent shooter, pick his spots nicely, and better suited for playing some PG while also being a great defender.
I see more consistency in Avery from an offensive standpoint, even with his size disadvantage. He makes great cuts and can hit that corner 3 like no one's business. His on-ball defense is outstanding, and even though he has a size disadvantage there as well...
ive got bradley because i dont trust the knicks front office will get the best out of shumpert. I see the knicks organization as one of those types that let the players do whatever they want in the locker room. punch fire extenguishers etc etc. I dont trust them at all with player development. who was the last player that flourished under the knicks organization?? jeremy lin.... and what happened??? sorry knicks fans it must hurt
Who knows, but a lot the other Celtic fans are overrating Bradley offensively. He'll never be anything but a role player offensively. A running partner with Rondo will be his best chance for getting points. I don't see all this potential that a lot others are blabbering on about.