The latest NBA rumblings have guard J.J. Redick hitting the free agent market.
This from Racinesportszone.com:
There is growing sentiment Bucks backup guard J.J. Redick, who is an unrestricted free agent, will sign with another team in July."
The Bucks traded for Redick at February's trade deadline, along with center Gustavo Ayon and point guard Ish Smith for guards Doron Lamb, Beno Udrih and forward Tobias Harris. It seemed like Milwaukee was trading for a backup plan as Monta Ellis has a player option for next season that many think he will decline for a long-term deal and Jennings is a restricted free agent. So, it's a little surprising to hear they could lose all three guards with nothing to show for them.
If Redick does leave the Bucks, the Celtics could be a potential landing spot. There was even some buzz about Boston targeting Redick themselves before the trade deadline. The biggest obstacle to acquiring the sharpshooter is the same as any player = money.