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Redick drawing tons of interest on trade market

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03:35 PM ET 02.10 | J.J. Redick's name continues to be thrown around the NBA trade rumor cycle like a hot cake. A day after the rumor mill tied the Milwaukee Bucks to the Orlando Magic shooting guard, Redick has now been garnering interest from both the Indiana Pacers and Chicago Bulls, according to HoopsWorld's Alex Kennedy. Both teams covet Redick's shooting ability, but it's the Bulls who have a history of interest in him. Chicago signed Redick to an offer sheet when he was a restricted free agent in the summer of 2010, and the Magic matched the three-year offer. The Bulls responded by signing Kyle Korver, but he is now in Atlanta and Chicago is without a knockdown shooter to spread out the offense.

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February 10, 2013  06:51 PM ET
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Trade the bum already

He's actually developed into a decent mid-level NBA player. He's got a solid game, and he's worked hard to close some of the holes in his defense. I'd like the Magic to hang on to him, personally.

February 10, 2013  10:16 PM ET

lakers need a role player that can shoot.

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February 11, 2013  12:01 AM ET
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LOL, a shorter Steve Novak.

Steve is a sharp shooter top 3 pt shooter in the league

February 11, 2013  12:03 AM ET
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lakers need a role player that can shoot.

For sure because mr meeks is horrible everyone scores on him consistantly.

February 11, 2013  12:15 AM ET
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He isn't just a gunner. He averages over 4apg, just 1 less than Mr IRving.

Terminology issues... Assists are not what make a gunner in basket ball... He has a good 3point %age (career) and is not shy to take it when he's open... That makes him a gunner...

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February 11, 2013  03:09 PM ET

Been in the league long enough, and given more than ample opportunity to succeed. I don't believe better ballplayers have been given less of a chance than Reddick has been afforded. The next J. Linn in the making.

 
February 11, 2013  06:36 PM ET

I'd take him! I like the 2-3 spot with Reddick, Deng, or Butler in any combination. Bring Rose back for the dribble penetration and kick out game... sounding pretty good.

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