1. Perimeter defense.
Our issue all season is that our guys are new to each other and when we have KG rotate to help the penetration that beats Rondo/Terry/Lee, our third guy doesn't rotate and they get a layup. Bradley doesn't let people get by him. Remember how our defense went berserk last year when we replaced Ray with Bradley? Same exact thing happened.
2. It puts Terry on the bench.
Guy is obviously a scorer and doesn't need 20 minutes to warm up into a shot. Instant offense. Shooting career bests. Great shooter. Terry has been phenomenal for us this year, but it'd be great to see him with the bench again and not start because Lee couldn't handle it.
3. Transition offense.
This isn't a huge one because Terry does a pretty decent job as a trailing shooter, but Bradley is one of the fastest players in the league and does a great job finishing around the rim. I swear he and Rondo would get a couple buckets off transition layups every game last year. It was beautiful perimeter defense converting into a blitzkreig fastbreak. Rondo/Bradley/Barbosa makes for perhaps the fastest guard trio in the NBA.
4. Half court offense.
Bradley isn't a natural shooter, but he can most definitely shoot. He can hit threes consistently (shot over 50% as a starter last year before his shoulders popped out). He is also a fantastic off the ball player who works well with Rondo/KG/Pierce and gets a handful of easy free buckets every game off his cuts enabled by Rondos vision and passing.