Avery Bradley to miss at least a week with groin injury

Detroit Pistons guard Avery Bradley will miss at least a week with a groin injury, coach Stan Van Gundy told reporters Tuesday.

Van Gundy said that Bradley, who has missed Detroit's past two games, has a stress injury right adductor strain. Bradley will be shut down for a week before being examined again by team doctors.

Bradley, 27, is the Pistons' third-leading scorer, averaging 15.7 points per game in his first season with Detroit.

Reggie Bullock has replaced Bradley in the starting lineup in Detroit's past two games.