Veteran center continuing career with Mavericks

According to the team's public relations department, the Mavericks have signed veteran center Tony Bradley.

Bradley has spent six NBA seasons with the Utah Jazz, Philadelphia 76ers, Oklahoma City Thunder, and Chicago Bulls. In 179 games, including 18 starts, he averaged 4.4 points and 4.1 rebounds.

Bradley signed an unknown type of contract. Dallas had 14 guaranteed players, so he could potentially fill out its bench. 

However, the Mavericks already have rookie Dereck Lively, Dwight Powell, and Richaun Holmes as center alternatives, so this might be the start of another move.

During the offseason, Golden State reportedly expressed interest in Bradley.

Bradley was on the Bulls' roster last season, but he was dismissed in February after the team signed Patrick Beverley. 

Bradley played in 12 games, averaging 1.6 points in 2.8 minutes per night.

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