Imagine that. Avery Bradley is better as an off guard than a point guard. Who saw that coming? Oh yeah, everyone.

The worst kept secret in the NBA was that Avery Bradley is not, and will not ever be, a point guard. He's the best guard on the roster and he can handle the ball reasonably well, so by default he was thrust into that role again this year (despite multiple failed experiments in the past).

Stevens recognized this and made the switch to the surprisingly good Jordan Crawford at the point and started trusting undrafted rookie Phil Pressey with some backup point duties. The result has been a revelation for Bradley.