Originally written on Hoop Fantasies Fantasy Basketball Blog  |  Last updated 11/17/14
The New York Knicks are in the market for another sharpshooter, possibly J.J. Redick. ESPN New York reported that the Knicks are monitoring the trade market for Orlando Magic bomber J.J. Redick. The speculation is that the Magic would ask for Iman Shumpert in a deal. No word on whether there's actually an offer on the table. Rumors Saturday also mentioned Shumpert as a target of the Phoenix Suns, who may offer Jared Dudley and a future first rounder. Hoopsworld's Alex Kennedy tweeted that the Knicks would rather give up Ronnie Brewer. Of course, they would. Also Saturday, the Milwaukee Bucks emerged as a potential destination for Redick. Other teams with "strong interest" in the gunner: the Indiana Pacers and Chicago Bulls. The Bulls tried to sign Redick as a restricted free agent three years ago, but the Magic matched. Knicks would prefer to trade Ronnie Brewer, but Suns want Iman Shumpert. They have really liked Iman for awhile. They nearly drafted him. — Alex Kennedy (@AlexKennedyNBA) February 10, 2013 Still no guarantee that the Magic will trade Redick before deadline. But if they choose to move him, there are plenty of potential suitors. — Alex Kennedy (@AlexKennedyNBA) February 10, 2013 Photo: Keith Allison. 
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