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Beyond The Buzzer:
J.J. Redick made his Bucks debut Saturday against the Atlanta Hawks at BMO Harris Bradley Center. The seven-year-veteran received a warm welcome from the crowd.
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At the center of trade rumors leading up to Thursday’s trade deadline, J.J. Redick thought he was prepared to be dealt to another team, but he wasn’t. The six-year-veteran says he was “shocked” after learning of a trade that would send him to the playoff contending Bucks.
According to Josh Robbins, Orlando Sentinel:
“I think you can prepare yourself as much as you think...
The wound is still fresh and fans are still upset that J.J. Redick is gone.
Even while Orlando was playing Cleveland, fans were asking for and looking for updates on how their former No. 7 was doing in his new digs. The thought of him wearing Milwaukee red is still such a foreign idea. Disappointingly, the jerseys bearing Redick's former team and jersey number were moved...
MILWAUKEE -- Shortly after the game ended, J.J. Redick sent a quick text message to his dad to tell him he thinks his new team is going to win a lot of games down the stretch.
Saturday night just wasn't going to be one of them.
The new-look Bucks played well for the majority of the game just as they did against Brooklyn on Tuesday and Wednesday night. Yet again, Milwaukee...
ST. FRANCIS, Wis. After acquiring J.J. Redick in a trade with the Magic on Thursday, Bucks general manager John Hammond's mind traveled back to a story his former boss used to tell him about a three-guard rotation working.
The general manager of the Detroit Pistons, Joe Dumars, described how he and Isiah Thomas gave up minutes to Vinnie Johnson in order to help the Pistons...
Redick could have helped a number of teams.
Instead of acquiring Josh Smith from the Hawks, as was widely rumored that they would, the Bucks swung a deal to bring in J.J. Redick from the Magic
On a trade deadline day which did not hold many surprises and/or major deals, one involving the Magic and Bucks probably held the most intrigue.
In a six-player deal, Orlando traded their fan-favorite shooting guard...
Thursday's trade deadline came as a disappointment to many fans and media members that obsessively tracked it on Twitter and every basketball blog on the internet. The disappointment was not unwarranted when the biggest name moved was J.J. Redick.
A lot of talk after the deadline was about how this is a product of the new collective bargaining agreement, some think the C...
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10) Everyone is impressed by the Rockets dropping salary while adding a top 5 pick in his rookie year, as if fleecing the Maloof Goofs is hard 9) Milwaukee got JJ Redick to help with their playoff one and done8) The Thunder dealt away a non-starting guard, which means Eric Maynor now has to become a top 20 player7) Washington traded for expiring contracts of injured...
Despite being linked to every big name available in the trade market, the San Antonio Spurs stood pat during the trade deadline.
The team was linked to Al Jefferson, Josh Smith, and most recently J.J. Redick, but there's also reports coming out that San Antonio expressed interest in Jason Maxiell from the Detroit Pistons.
The San Antonio Spurs also inquired about...
The 2013 NBA trade deadline came and went last Thursday. It was a day when a ham sandwich would have dominated the headlines had it gotten traded. Instead, the biggest names to be moved were perennial bench players JJ Redick and Jordan Crawford.
The Portland Trail Blazers made one move; Neil Olshey turned an obscure Greek player and a trade exemption into serviceable but limited...
Thursday the NBA's trading deadline came and went without any major moves happening. Unless you count Jordan Crawford going to the Celtics or J.J. Redick being swapped for Beno Udrih one that will have an impact on the rest of the 2013 season. In spite of the lack of action, NBA insiders were busy throughout the day reporting the various deals with sources informing them...
The NBA trade deadline hit the snooze button. Things stayed mostly quiet even as the 3 p.m. ET came and went. Not only were talks of blockbuster deals limited, but even minor trades talks have had trouble gaining traction. Where were the blockbuster deals similar to the Carmelo Anthony and Deron Williams trades in 2011? Or even Monta Ellis for Andrew Bogut in 2012? The expected big...
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