Career: Wellington Saints (New Zealand-NBL, 2000-03), Winthrop University (USA-NCAA, 2003-07), Brisbane Bullets (Australia-NBL, 2007-08), Efes Pilsen (Turkey-TBL, 2008)
After a stellar college career at Winthrop University in South Carolina, capped by an MVP performance at the Big South Conference Championships, Bradshaw moved to Australia and played with the Brisbane Bullets in the Australian NBL. He followed that with a stint at Turkish Euroleague club Efes Pilsen. He made his debut with the Tall Blacks during their 2004 Olympic campaign but made just one appearance. Bradshaw moved into the starting five and earned MVP honours in their 2006 Ramsay Shield series win, scoring 25 points in New Zealand’s first ever road triumph over the Australia National Team in Melbourne. He averaged 11 points and 6.2 rebounds at the 2006 FIBA World Championship in Japan as the Tall Blacks advanced to the eighth-finals.