San Francisco, CA – The Golden State Warriors have been pondering signing two-time All-Defensive Team selection Avery Bradley for the regular season. Although he is known for his defense, Bradley believes he can add value to the team offensively.

“I feel like I fit in well. I've always thought I was one of the best cutters in the NBA. If I'm able to have an opportunity to play with Klay and Steph,” Bradley told ClutchPoints. I feel like I can create a lot of opportunities not only for myself but for my team.”

Bradley believes his time with the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers helped prepare him for this season. Learning to play with superstars is essential in the NBA and can keep a player in the league for a long time.

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He's comfortable in the position he is in this year, even though he is not on a guaranteed contract for the first time in his career. Bradley plans to put his best foot forward and let the organization make a decision.

Last season, Bradley played with the Miami Heat and the Houston Rockets. He averaged 6.4 points but struggled shooting the ball. He shot below his career average of 43.5 percent, hitting only 37.4 percent of his attempts.

His shooting seems to be working early in training camp as he and Thompson won the team's shooting contest to end the practice. It's just practice, but shooting is about rhythm. If Avery Bradley can knock down open shots consistently, his superior defense can land him the last spot on the Warriors roster.