Official: Redick to Bucks

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Who won the trade

Milwaukee
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34%
Orlando
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39%
Both
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12%
Neither
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10%
Philadelphia?
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Official: Redick to Bucks 

Post#1 » by HartfordWhalers » Thu Feb 21, 2013 8:01 pm

Orlando has traded J.J Redick to the Bucks, league source tells Y!


https://twitter.com/WojYahooNBA/status/ ... 3089282048

Edit: For Lamb Harris and Udrih, time for a poll.
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Re: Official: Redick to Bucks 

Post#2 » by HartfordWhalers » Thu Feb 21, 2013 8:03 pm

Milwaukee sends Orlando Doron Lamb, Tobias Harris and Beno Udrih, source tells Y!


https://twitter.com/WojYahooNBA/status/ ... 6325451777
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Re: Official: Redick to Bucks 

Post#3 » by DusterBuster » Thu Feb 21, 2013 8:07 pm

Steal for the Bucks. Those guys were scrubs anyway. Even if they lose Redick, it's not like they're out much.
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Re: Official: Redick to Bucks 

Post#4 » by SCourGe OF GoD » Thu Feb 21, 2013 8:11 pm

Tobias Harris isnt a scrub bro..guessing u only watch blazers games.
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Re: Official: Redick to Bucks 

Post#5 » by HartfordWhalers » Thu Feb 21, 2013 8:16 pm

Okay, I just added Philly as a choice. Because imo they are in the running for the winner.

Milwaukee secured the 8th seed further. And Philly despite being top 3 in the Redick race doesn;t blow assets and gets to keep its pick this year.

Harris is a decent get for Redick, but with Harkless also at sf a first like they were rumored to have on the table would have been better imo.

Still, this is a trade that makes sense for both. And highly casual fans can further get confused over which if Dunleavy/Redick are the same player. Win/win/win/win?
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Re: Official: Redick to Bucks 

Post#6 » by Golabki » Thu Feb 21, 2013 8:19 pm

Tobias Harris is a decent prospect... and still VERY young.

It's less than Orlando fans might have been expecting, but it's still a good deal for Orlando.
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Re: Official: Redick to Bucks 

Post#7 » by winter_mute_13 » Thu Feb 21, 2013 8:28 pm

MIL also getting Ayon and Ish Smith.

Hard to grade - MIL getting best player in deal, but will they have to overpay to keep him?

ORL does ok. They weren't going to pay 2 shooting guards, so getting something for Redick is a plus.

I'll call it pretty even, but if MIL can keep Reddick deal swings in their favor IMO.
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Re: Official: Redick to Bucks 

Post#8 » by HartfordWhalers » Thu Feb 21, 2013 8:32 pm

winter_mute_13 wrote:MIL also getting Ayon and Ish Smith.

Hard to grade - MIL getting best player in deal, but will they have to overpay to keep him?

ORL does ok. They weren't going to pay 2 shooting guards, so getting something for Redick is a plus.

I'll call it pretty even, but if MIL can keep Reddick deal swings in their favor IMO.


Ayon and Ish both have had some moments so far. I like it.
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Re: Official: Redick to Bucks 

Post#9 » by [RCG] » Thu Feb 21, 2013 10:09 pm

I think Milwaukee came out slightly ahead but it makes a degree of sense for both franchises.
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Re: Official: Redick to Bucks 

Post#10 » by tiderulz » Thu Feb 21, 2013 10:39 pm

Golabki wrote:Tobias Harris is a decent prospect... and still VERY young.

It's less than Orlando fans might have been expecting, but it's still a good deal for Orlando.


I agree. Many Magic fans overrated JJ. He built himself into a solid player, but he just isnt the right age for a rebuilding team. Harris looks like the type of player Hennigan is assembling for a young and growing team.
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Re: Official: Redick to Bucks 

Post#11 » by DusterBuster » Thu Feb 21, 2013 10:45 pm

GhostX wrote:Tobias Harris isnt a scrub bro..guessing u only watch blazers games.


I've seen him. Color me unimpressed.
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Re: Official: Redick to Bucks 

Post#12 » by mbn23 » Thu Feb 21, 2013 10:58 pm

If this turns out like the Howard trade (getting assets that the teams thought they "might" turn out and they most certainly did) then I will be happy. I'd like to see how Beno does since Nelson is reportedly out for a while and see how that develops. many of the bucks fans seem really high on Tobias, so hopefully that'll work out as well
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Re: Official: Redick to Bucks 

Post#13 » by A BETTER DJ » Fri Feb 22, 2013 12:03 am

I for 1 am happy with the trade for the Magic. We would have probably lost JJ at the end of the season for less on a S&T deal, got rid of Ish and Ayon who had no future with the rebuild, and get chance to size up a couple of rookies with some decent PT. Picking up a serviceable PG at the same time makes it at least a win for Orlando. If the Bucks give JJ some decent PT then it's a win for them too!
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Re: Official: Redick to Bucks 

Post#14 » by jarryd3107 » Fri Feb 22, 2013 12:13 am

I disagree with most opinions here, and think WTF are Milwaukee doing? Orlando got 3 intriguing young players for a one-dimensional FA-to-be, a back-up PF and a 3rd-string PG.

This is such a Milwaukee Bucks move. They'll probably give him the $40m/4 years his agent wants. They always seem intent on building an expensive 7th/8th-seed team. They have achieved it.

Meanwhile, Orlando continues to add young-talent and tank, and there is no better way to rebuild.
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Re: Official: Redick to Bucks 

Post#15 » by buckboy » Fri Feb 22, 2013 12:18 am

^^

That seems to be the Bucks plan. Spend a ton of money to be average. It's wonderful being a Bucks fan.

In this deal, I think you're overvaluing what Milwaukee gave up. Harris has a chance to be a rotation player. Udrih is useful in a different settting (3rd string emergency point guard on a good team). Lamb is garbage.

I'd be surprised if anyone Orlando got became a good player for them.
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Re: Official: Redick to Bucks 

Post#16 » by jarryd3107 » Fri Feb 22, 2013 12:24 am

^^^

Orlando, by rights, shouldn't have got anything close to that for him, given he is an upcoming FA. Indy got Barbosa for a late-2nd last year and I can't fathom how Redick's value is that much higher.
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Re: Official: Redick to Bucks 

Post#17 » by The Rebel » Fri Feb 22, 2013 2:16 am

jarryd3107 wrote:^^^

Orlando, by rights, shouldn't have got anything close to that for him, given he is an upcoming FA. Indy got Barbosa for a late-2nd last year and I can't fathom how Redick's value is that much higher.


You mean other then the fact that barbosa is out for the season?
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Re: Official: Redick to Bucks 

Post#18 » by jarryd3107 » Fri Feb 22, 2013 3:47 am

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jarryd3107 wrote:^^^

Orlando, by rights, shouldn't have got anything close to that for him, given he is an upcoming FA. Indy got Barbosa for a late-2nd last year and I can't fathom how Redick's value is that much higher.


You mean other then the fact that barbosa is out for the season?


Yes, I thought it was clear I was comparing the Barbosa-Indiana trade last year to the Redick-Bucks trade this year.
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Re: Official: Redick to Bucks 

Post#19 » by FNQ » Fri Feb 22, 2013 3:58 am

Because Redick is much, much better than Barbosa?

Milwaukee gets a steal talent-wise, and Redick should fit in with Jennings well. He's a bit older but should be a solid, steadying presence for the Bucks. ORL gets one prospect worth mentioning, but its better than nothing. Like it for both teams

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Re: Official: Redick to Bucks 

Post#20 » by BossHoggin » Fri Feb 22, 2013 4:19 am

Bucks focusing on locking down that first round exit vs the Heat. 4-0 sweep. Best trade of the day sadly.
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