Clippers’ Bradley to miss rest of regular season

Los Angeles Clippers guard Avery Bradley underwent surgery to repair adductor and rectus abdominis muscles on Tuesday and will miss the rest of the regular season, according to a report from ESPN.

Bradley is looking at a recovery time of six-to-eight weeks, per ESPN. The two-way guard was acquired by the Clippers from the Detroit Pistons in the Blake Griffin trade.

In six games with the Clippers, Bradley averaged 9.2 points while shooting 47.3 percent from the field.

The Clippers entered Tuesday with a record of 36-29, good for seventh place in the Western Conference playoff standings.

If Los Angeles makes the postseason, there is a chance Bradley could return to the lineup.