Cal men’s basketball sophomore guard Matt Bradley has been named to the All-Pac-12 second team. The coaches of all 12 teams in the conference voted for the Pac-12 awards and the results were announced Monday morning, just two days before the conference tournament.
Bradley earned his first Pac-12 honors after averaging 17.5 points on 43.9% shooting this season which is good for the fifth-most points scored among Pac-12 players this season. He also made 64 threes at a 38.6% rate and hauled in an average of 4.9 rebounds a game.
The San Bernardino local improved from his freshman 10.8 points per game average and has been the leader of the Bears offense this season. Bradley impacted Cal at every turn throughout the season, but his biggest moments were against Washington and Washington State at home when he twice sealed the game with a late three.
The regular season ended on a sour note after Bradley fouled out with just eight points after a technical foul at Oregon State, but he has at least one more opportunity to lead the Bears this season in the Pac-12 tournament Wednesday.
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