Avery Bradley Injury: Shoulder Pops Out, Celtics Guard Keeps Playing

Boston Celtics guard Avery Bradley, who has battled a left shoulder injury throughout the playoffs, is playing through pain in Game 4. Bradley was fouled by Jrue Holiday with 10:49 to play in the third quarter and it appeared his left shoulder popped out for the third time this postseason.

Bradley walked hunched over toward the Celtics' bench before gathering himself to shoot the two free throws. Ray Allen went to the scorer's table to replace Bradley, but Bradley stayed in the game. He suffered a similar injury in Game 2 of this series and Game 3 of Boston's first-round series against Atlanta.

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