ST. FRANCIS, Wis. -- J.J. Redick has been one of the most consistent shooters in the NBA the past seven seasons.
A career 39.3 3-point shooter, Redick entered Monday's game against Charlotte shooting just 32.9 percent from beyond the arc since coming to the Bucks at the trade deadline.
Prior to his first 20-point night with Milwaukee against the Bobcats Monday, Redick was averaging just 11.8 points per game, down from the 15.1 average he had in Orlando.
While it wasn't expected that Redick score the same as he did in Orlando where he was getting the majority of the shots, he has expected more out of himself with his new team.
"I'm my own harshest critic," Redick said. "If I was to give myself a letter grade, it wouldn't be the most stellar grade. I want to play a perfect game, every game. That's what I try to hold myself too, but it doesn't always work that way. You don't always play great.
What grade would Redick assign himself?
"Maybe like a B-minus," Redick said. "Maybe like an 8...