J.J. Redick has not been much of a factor for the Milwaukee Bucks of late.
Perhaps a return to Orlando will get him back on track and help his current team end its road struggles overall and against his former squad.
Back in Orlando for the first time since being traded to Milwaukee in February, Redick looks to help the Bucks avoid a seventh consecutive road defeat and end a 13-game slide on the Magic's home floor Wednesday night.
Redick was averaging a career-high 15.1 points through 50 games of his seventh season with Orlando (19-59) before the Magic traded him to Milwaukee in a six-player deal Feb. 21.
"Hopefully he gets a great standing ovation. He deserves it," Orlando guard Jameer Nelson told the Magic's official website. "He gave his heart and soul and blood, sweat and tears and all of that good stuff to the organization and to the fans. He's a guy who contributed to a lot of good years here and left a mark as a professional."
Though Redick is headed to the playoffs with the ...