Pistons to shut down Bradley for a week

Avery Bradley, recently dealt from the Pistons to the Clippers, is reportedly on the radar of the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Detroit Pistons guard Avery Bradley has been dealing with a groin injury and the team will shut him down for the next week, according to head coach Stan Van Gundy.

Bradley has missed the last two games. Van Gundy says the Pistons’ medical staff will re-evaluate Bradley in a week.

Bradley is in his first season with the Pistons and averaging 15.7 points on 42.5 percent shooting from the field and 41.4 percent from three.

The Pistons enter Tuesday with a record of 17-13, good for fourth place in the Eastern Conference.