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July 27, 2008 at 9:54 AM

Bradley-Gaddy package deal unlikely?

That seemed to be the theme of the stories coming out of the Las Vegas tournaments this week.
Several articles stated that Bellermine Prep stars Abdul Gaddy and Avery Bradley now view it unlikely they will play together in college.
Here’s a good look at their situation from The Sporting News as well as this take on Gaddy from the Memphis Commercial Appeal.
Splitting the two up would seem to increase the odds that UW might be able to land one of them because as we’ve detailed, the Huskies have just two slots left for that class at the moment and seem committed to taking another big man with one of them (or giving one to transfer Chace Stanback, whose future doesn’t seem likely to include UW but who has yet to officially decide anything one way or the other).
There’s also a note in this subscription-only story on Scout.com that Lorenzo Romar was the lone head coach in Vegas watching both Bradley and Gaddy on Friday. To quote exactly, the author writes in a note at the bottom of the story that “hard to fathom, but Lorenzo Romar was the lone head coach there for Gaddy and Bradley. John Calipari was traveling and arrived later in the game. Other head coaches were down in Orlando.” The story also states that Gaddy intends to narrow his list of schools to five after this tournament.

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