J.J. Redick will finish highly ranked in several statistical categories in his seven-season tenure with Orlando. Let's take a look at some of them and where Redick is ranked, as his Magic career has come to an end with Thursday's trade at the trade deadline to the Milwaukee Bucks for forward Tobias Harris, guard Doron Lamb, and guard Beno Udrih.
-Total points scored: 3662 (14th in team history)
-Assists: 769 (14th)
-Total 3-pointers made: 549 (8th)
-Field goal percentage among guards: (minimum 100 games played): 43.2% (11th)
-Three-point percentage (minimum 100 3s made): 39.8% (4th)
-Free throw percentage (minimum 100 FTs made): 87.8% (3rd)
-True Shooting percentage (minimum 100 games): 58.5% (6th)
-Effective Field Goal percentage (minimum 100 games): 53.1% (7th)
-Offensive rating (minimum 100 games): 116 (T-3rd)
With his high rankings in the free throw percentage, 3-point percentage, and shooting efficiency categories, Redick will be remembered as one of the best-shooting players to wear a Magic uniform.