Grading J.J. Redick’s Debut with the Milwaukee Bucks

February 23rd, 2013 by Jesse Dorsey Leave a reply »
After the biggest trade of the deadline, J.J. Redick made his debut with the Milwaukee Bucks in their 103-102 loss to the Atlanta Hawks.

While Redick came off the bench, he played starter minutes, registering a solid 35, playing shooting guard and small forward, depending on whether or not both Monta Ellis and Brandon Jennings were on the floor.

Redick put together 16 points and seven assists on 4-of-9 shooting for the evening, putting down all seven free throws and missing the single three-pointer that he put up.

While he struggled to get his shot working, the Bucks actually looked a lot smoother with him on the floor rather than on the bench.

He made them more threatening offensively when he was in for Luc Richard Mbah a Moute and spaced the floor more instead of Monta Ellis.

Let's break it down and really take a look at how well he worked out for his new team.

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