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JJ Redick Re-Signs With Philadelphia 76ers

It’s another one-year deal for the sharpshooting veteran.

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JJ Redick will continue to Trust The Process. The veteran shooting guard agreed to a one-year deal with the Philadelphia 76ers valued at somewhere between $12 and $13 million, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Redick was the veteran presence the Sixers needed as they became a threat in the Eastern Conference this past season. But, he wasn’t just the man charged to provide leadership. He was 2nd on the team in scoring and was a consistent threat from 3-point land throughout the year. His return will continue to provide stability for a team that’s looking to make some moves to make a run at the top of the Eastern Conference.

Redick’s new contract represents a paycut from the $23 million he earned in the 2017-18 season. This will allow Philadelphia to go out and bring in some more talent to bolster their ranks as the Eastern Conference has opened up to whichever team wants to take it in its grasp.

It will be great to see JJ Redick continue his form with the SIxers next season!

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