Notes: 2006: Selected by Orlando in 1st round (11th overall) of the NBA Draft...2010: Re-signed with Orlando to a three-year deal worth $19 million, July 16th...2013: Traded to Milwaukee in a six-player deal, Feb. 21st: Re-signed with Milwaukee to a four-year deal worth $27.8 million; Traded to LA Clippers in a three-team deal, July 10th.
Winner of the 2006 John R. Wooden Award as the nation`s top player...Also collected the 2006 Naismith Trophy as the Player of the Year...Two-Time First Team AP All-American...Two-Time ACC Player of the Year...The ACC`s all-time leading scorer as well as Duke`s top performer, while ranking 16th in NCAA history (2,769 pts)...Finished his college career with the most three-point baskets in NCAA history (457), while ranking second in NCAA history in free-throw percentage (.912)...He is a pure shooter with NBA range...His mechanics are top-notch and smooth as silk...Most players would love to have his quick release...Exceptional from the foul line...Not afraid to attack the basket...Lacks desired NBA size...Not very athletic...He will struggle defensively against quicker, stronger pro guards...His ball-handling and distribution skills could use a little work...Recent run-in with the law raises some red flags, but all things considered, Redick is as sure as it gets when looking for a pure shooter.
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