According to BBA president Steve Burgo, a delayed flight prevented Bradley from attending Wednesday's session, but Bradley made up for it by showing up bright and early Thursday and spending some one-on-one time with an out-of-town camper prior to the beginning of the event.
"We had a young man named Charlie Masters from Philadelphia here," said Burgo
, "and he
was leaving to go home this morning.
"It means everything to have him here," said Burgo
, who hopes to have an indoor facility, complete with four additional courts, a homework lab, and indoor track and more added to the complex by winter's end.
is so down to earth and he
is great with the kids.
will also bring notoriety to our complex and let people know we are for real.
Hopefully, this helps the Celtics and the NBA know we are for real.
Everything we do here is for the kids.
It's all about the kids."
and Bradley met for the first time Wednesday night after the Celtics guard arrived from the airport.
They went out to dinner and Burgo
said Bradley was as humble as they come.
Page 2 of 2 - "Nobody knew who he
went out to WalMart
after and only one person - a Dartmouth
coach - recognized him.
What is most impressive to me is that he
is a devoted family man.
"I met (Burgo) yesterday," Bradley said.