FOX Sports analyst Chris Broussard acknowledged a mistake he made this week.
Earlier this week, the NBA All-Defensive teams were announced, and surprisingly, Boston Celtics guard Avery Bradley was left off of both the First-Team and the Second-Team. He had the most votes without making either squad.
FOX Sports' Chris Broussard, who votes on such awards, joined Colin Cowherd on his radio show Tuesday and gave an interesting reason regarding why he left Bradley off of his ballot.
Broussard noted that Devin Booker of the Phoenix Suns put up 70 points on Bradley and the Celtics.
Well, that's an issue. Bradley didn't play against the Suns that night. Check it out:
Wednesday, Broussard acknowledged his mistake and said that Booker's 70-point game didn't factor into his decision.
Mistakes happen, but this was an ugly one. We imagine Bradley was pretty confused after watching the clip.