Originally posted on Bush League Chronicle  |  Last updated 1/26/13

For those of you who may not be aware, Justin Bieber held a concert at the Amway Center in Orlando on Friday night. And one of the folks in attendance included Magic guard J.J. Redick.So, why was Redick spending a coveted off-night on the weeknd at a pop concert? Because his wife, Chelsea, roped him into it, of course.“A happy wife is a happy life,” J.J. said.“I have a general rule that if I have an off-day during the season that I owe it to her to do what she wants unless it’s harmful to my well-being. Her and her friends wanted to go."In an interview with the Orlando Sentinel, Redick admitted that he isn't a fan of the Biebs. He prefers to jam out to indie rock, instead. However, that didn't stop him from going.“We got there as he was kind of finishing up his last song. I just know he had a great head of hair and was wearing a wifebeater, and the teenage girls seemed to really love him.”Redick is right about that. The teenage ladies do seem to drool over him.Redick, a former Duke Blue Devil, is again spending his night in an unselfish way on Saturday. He is hosting a free basketball clinic to approximately 80 kids selected by the Big Brothers and Big Sisters program.Via Orlando Sentinel

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