It did not take long for the first trade rumors to start taking shape after the December 15 opening of the trade season. The Magic figured to be a big part of many trade discussions thanks to the "transition" the franchise is in after Dwight Howard's departure.
That has meant anyone is on the table as the Magic try to figure out what kind of team and franchise they will become.
Their most valuable trade asset is undoubtedly J.J. Redick, who is on the last year of a three-year deal that has netted him more than $18 million. Redick is the kind of player that could help a team in the Playoff hunt because of his ability to make shots and his burgeoning ability to make plays with the ball in his hands -- he is posting a career-high 26.0 percent assist rate.
What playoff team would not want that?
Ric Bucher of Comcast SportsNet reports several teams are interested in the sharpshooter, but the Magic are not open to any ofers being made right now.
There's no urgency on the part of...