JJ Redick Signs with 76ers

Wojnarowski: Redick Will Not Return to the LA Clippers

Wojnarowski: Redick Will Not Return to the LA Clippers

But the one-year contract gives Philadelphia plenty of payroll flexibility as it continues to build the team.

Shooting guard J.J. Redick has agreed to sign with the Philadelphia 76ers on a one-year deal worth $23 million, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

With Chris Paul already gone, traded to Houston, Redick's departure guarantees the Clippers will field an entirely new backcourt when the season opens in October. The news was initially broken by Redick, who tweeted out a phrase that has become a rallying cry for the franchise. Redick provides both. The 11-year veteran shot 42.9 percent from three last season, a year after leading the league with a 47.5 percent mark. In fact, I actually didn't like the idea of them pursuing Redick, because I feared that the veteran guard would command at least a three-year deal. He signed as a free agent with the Clippers the following season.

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Now in his 11th season, Redick is one of the top shooters in the league, with his career 3-point shooting percentage of 41.5 and his true shooting percentage of 59.7 ranking 14th and 23rd, respectively, all time.

Redick, 33, was ranked No. 25 on the list of top available free agents this offseason compiled by ESPN's Kevin Pelton.

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