Bradley, 27, has been bothered by a groin injury, which caused him to miss seven straight games earlier in the season.
Bradley is set to be a free agent this summer which would give the Lakers much-needed cap flexibility.
Barcelona prepare for Alaves test
The hosts enjoyed the lion's share of the possession, but Abelardo's men caused them numerous problems on the break. Lionel Messi had a free-kick touched on to the post by Alaves keeper Fernando Pacheco before Luis Suarez equalised.
While the Pistons are reportedly willing to part with Avery Bradley, young players like LA-native Stanley Johnson, Luke Kennard and Henry Ellenson could be added to any deal to sweeten things for the Clippers.
Jordan Clarkson is the player that has been surrounded by most of the trade discussion due to his recent uptick in production, his contract, and the front office's plans to clear as much cap space as possible for this summer. Now in the ninth spot in the East, the Pistons aren't out of striking distance of a playoff berth.
Kevin O'Connor of The Ringer reported the Pistons have interest in Utah Jazz guard Rodney Hood and Chicago Bulls forward Nikola Mirotic. He averaged 16.3 points, 6.1 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game, while shooting over 46 percent from the floor and 39 percent from beyond the arc over 55 games. He would form a strong defensive duo in the backcourt if the franchise brought back Patrick Beverley and Bradley next season. Even the draft assets Boston flipped haven't worked out particularly well for their new teams - the Brooklyn Nets pick the Cavaliers acquired for Kyrie Irving is now eighth in the league, and Markelle Fultz's shot continues to look broken in Philadelphia. It will take a significant financial commitment to retain Bradley, but is it worth the cost if the team's long-term outlook remains mediocre at best?