Pelican shopping JJ Redick flies to Atlantic Division competitors
According to a report by Shams Charania, the New Orleans Pelicans are purchasing experienced guard JJ Redick to the Brooklyn Nets, Philadelphia 76ers and Boston Celtics and other Atlantic Division competitors. Competitive sports.
Redick (36) is in the second year of a two-year, $26.5 million contract-average field goal percentage and three-point field goal percentage are the lowest in his career.
Despite the early struggles, Redick will certainly attract suitors before the trade deadline.
Charania reported that Redick would rather return to the northeast. His family lives in Brooklyn.
Fortunately, the Nets, 76ers and Celtics are all candidates for Redick’s service.
In order for the Nets to acquire Redick, they must perform extreme financial gymnastics to make money.
The player salaries of Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant and James Harden almost raised the Nets’ salary ceiling.
The Sixers can match players’ salaries in a variety of ways without losing key rotations like Seth Curry or Danny Green.
The Celtics can use the trade exception that resulted from the signing of Gordon Hayward (Gordon Hayward), but many people believe that they may target more than Redick.
No matter what happens, Redick is likely to be transferred before the trading deadline on March 25.
This post is written by Chris Heckmann