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J.J. Redick not taking trade well.

According to ProBasketballTalk.com, ex-Magic SG J.J. Redick not taking the most recent trade to Milwaukee Bucks very well. During a phone interview, Redick had this to say:

"The most difficult part was definitely saying bye to everybody, people that I’ve spent a lot of time with over the last seven years and built relationships with and built friendships with. That was difficult."

Im not going to lie. I am not a big Duke fan. Maybe because my college roommate was a huge Kentucky fan, but I learn to like this guy. It was good seeing this young kid develop into the player he became. The former all-time-points-leader in the NCAA was known for his shooting skills. During the end of his career, Redick was on fire. But due to contact conflict in the off season, the Magic had no choice but to trade him away.

So here is to you J.J. Redick. Enjoy the rest of your career

This FanPost was made by a member of the Orlando Pinstriped Post community, and is to be treated as the opinions and views of its author, not that of the blogger or blog community as a whole.

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