Bradley made the all-Big 12 rookie team one year after being named the top high school senior in the country — yes, ahead of John Wall and a couple other players already selected tonight.
He’s a point guard, which is a position of strength for the Boston Celtics; you could argue Rajon Rondo was their most valuable player in the postseason during their surprise run to the NBA Finals. But it’s also a relatively inexpensive infusion of youth on a team led by three veterans in their mid-30s.
He scored just 11.6 points per game during his lone season with the Longhorns and hit 36 percent of his 3-point attempts. He also showed promise as a defender.