JJ Redick agrees to one-year deal with 76ers

JJ Redick agrees to one-year deal with 76ers

JJ Redick agrees to one-year deal with 76ers

ESPN reported Saturday afternoon that J.J. Redick has signed a one year deal with the 76ers.

According to PhillyVoice's Rich Hofmann, Wojnarowski listed the Philadelphia 76ers, Brooklyn Nets and Minnesota Timberwolves as the most interested parties. The tandem cold accompany a frontline that will may consist of last year's top pick Ben Simmons, who's yet to turn 21, and 2016-17 Rookie of the Year candidates 23-year-olds Dario Saric and Joel Embiid.

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ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski was the first to confirm the agreement, though there had been previous whispers about the possibility of Redick landing in Philadelphia. While Redick's contract with the Sixers will only go for one year, he's in for a massive payday. Redick recently located to the East Coast from Los Angeles, where he spent the past four seasons with the LA Clippers.

The former Duke Blue Devil averaged 15.0 points on 44.5 percent shooting, including 42.9 percent from deep, last season for the Clippers.

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The Sixers' backcourt of the future appears to be set with Simmons and Fultz, but Redick is the potentially the ideal complementary player who can thrive on the court with either of them.

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