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Nov. 29, 2007
SPARTANBURG, S.C. - Whenever she steps onto the court, USC Upstate junior Courtney Bradley looks to be the quintessential point guard by bringing a mix of speed, defense and leadership. Since the start of the 2005-06 season, Bradley has played in all 59 games, starting 52 of them, and currently leads the team with 4.3 assists per game. In the final six games of last season, she averaged 17.8 points per game including a career-high 32 points against Lander on February 21.
Recently, Bradley sat down with Adam Walker of upstatespartans.com to discuss the current state of the team, road trips and fellow junior Ebony Johnson.
US.com: What are your thoughts about the team's play so far this season?
US.com: What has it been like playing at schools with big arenas such as Kentucky and Wake Forest?
US.com: Ebony Johnson and yourself are the only upperclassmen on the team with two seasons of experience at Upstate? How much do both of you try to be leaders on the team?
US.com: What is the difference between the level of competition between Division II and Division I?
US.com: You had a career-high 32 points last season against Lander. Did you feel like you were "in the zone" like some athlete say when they have games like that?
US.com: What do you do in your free time when you are not playing basketball, in class or studying?
US.com: Who is your best friend on the team and why?
US.com: Do you enjoy the road trips and which trip are you looking forward to the most?
US.com: What is it like playing for head coach Tammy George?
US.com: What are your hopes for the team for the rest of the season?