There may not be a player in the league with a more uncertain future than J.J. Redick. Yes, Rudy Gay might get traded and Boston has no idea where that team might go after Rajon Rondo's injury. Before the season though, no player seemed more certain to get moved than Redick.
Everyone seemed to recognize that.
That has changed somewhat though as the season has gone on. Redick has not changed his position -- he would like to stay in Orlando if possible, but understands the business -- but Orlando has begun to reconsider Redick as part of the team's future plans. He is turning in a career year and has been the Magic's most consistent player throughout the year.
Still, with the risk of losing him in free agency this summer, Orlando has to consider dealing the sharpshooter. And there are, of course, several teams in need of a shooter in the Playoff race.
The Magic still have about three weeks to weigh their options and figure out what to do, but one important ...