The Detroit Pistons will be without guard Avery Bradley, who will be shut down for at least a week, according to Pistons’ head coach Stan Van Gundy.
“He’s going to be shut down for at least a week,” Stan Van Gundy said on Tuesday, via NBA.com.
“We’ll go at least seven days and then week to week. It’s going to take some time. He’ll basically do nothing for the next seven days and then we’ll see where he is and whether we’re starting him back or not.”
Bradley will be re-evaluated.
Detroit originally thought of his injury as a right abductor strain, but now believe that his symptoms are showing a sports hernia.