The NBA Free Agency rolls on, but this Duke in the NBA player is staying put right where he belongs in the City of Brotherly Love.
Redick posted career numbers with the 76ers last season, averaging 17.1 points, 2.5 rebounds, and 3.0 assists per game.
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Redick started in all of the 70 games he played for the 76ers, shooting 46.0% from the field and 42.0% from three-point range.
ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reports that Redick’s deal is for one year and in the range between $12 and $13 million.
The No. 11 pick in the 2006 NBA Draft by the Orlando Magic is still trying to win his first NBA Championship as he enters his 13th season in the NBA.
Redick took less money to stay in Philadelphia as he is coming off of a one year deal worth $23 million with the same team.
As the Philadelphia 76ers and the Boston Celtics look to be the class of the Eastern Conference with the departure of James from the Cavilers, Redick and the 76ers will look to take the next step and trying to bring the 76ers to its first NBA Finals since 2001 when the lost to the Los Angeles Lakers 4-1.
With the entire 76ers roster having another year of experience under its belt, Redick will continue to lead this young team in hope of reaching the top of the NBA world.