Avery Bradley has decided to opt-out of the NBA's return-to-play plan in Orlando.
Bradley has been a leader of a players' coalition with Kyrie Irving voicing concerns about the NBA's restart.
Bradley's decision is largely due to the well-being of his six-year-old song, who has a history of struggling to recover from respiratory illnesses. It is unlikely Bradley's son would have been medically cleared to enter the bubble.
Bradley was a key part of the Los Angeles Lakers' rotation this season.
Bradley is estimated to lose $650,000 by sitting out the return of the season.