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JJ Redick 2013-2014 Season Outlook

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As a starter: 16.2ppg 2.4rpg 4.7 apg 2.5 3pm. But with crawford,collison, and dudley can he somehow produce the same or even close with this stats?

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I think he's going to have a pretty good season because he will get a ton of open looks and he'll likely be the starter. However, he's going to be inconsistent. He's going to get touches and time based on who has the hot hand and Jamal Crawford is one of the hottest hands in the league. Collison is a non-factor IMO. He's CP3's backup. I think Redick will hurt Dudley more than the other way around.

His apg could drop way down (like 2.2) but I could see him hit 2.1 tres and 14ppg. He's just going to be streaky which might make him a better roto play than h2h.

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Add to that, Barnes. Which can sometimes slide dudley to SG. His ppg will be around 12ppg this season with more than 2 threes a game. He can cover the slight decrease in counting stats with a more efficient percentages though.

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I don't expect Redick to provide top 100 value and I'm sure he will be drafted higher than that. His only real contributions are in 3PM and FT%. He won't sniff the 4.4 AST that he averaged in ORL for 12-13 before the trade to MIL. I will let someone else draft expecting a career year on LAC.

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Clips needed a second ball handler. Collison is strictly a CP3 backup, and Crawford is a gunner. I expect Redick to handle the ball in relief of CP3 sometimes and for him to run some PnR with Griffin. He also plays very well off-ball and will get open, finally someone for CP3 to hit in the corner. LAC started Willie Green last season. And they paid the man, so he'll get his time. It's not like Crawford is a much better defender or anything. His stats in MIL should be his floor (He was shooting 41% from the field, 31% from three)

Predictions: 30MPG, 14PPG, 45%FG, 3APG, 2RPG, 2 threes. A serviceable SG.

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As a starter: 16.2ppg 2.4rpg 4.7 apg 2.5 3pm. But with crawford,collison, and dudley can he somehow produce the same or even close with this stats?

This is my concern. He seems a bit redundant on this roster.

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As badly as the Clips got stomped in the second half, Redick still played 34 minutes, had 13 points on two threes, two boards, three dimes, and one turnover.

I'm guessing the Clips' offense won't be this bad in the second half of most games. But we might be looking at Kyle Korver as Redick's floor this season.

For the sake of comparison, Dudley played 23 minutes and Crawford played 26.

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Reddick is going to be solid. Nothing special, but should score double digit points most nights and chip in a few assists. He has good court vision he is just really slow. But because people have to fly at him he can usually create some space with a pump fake and then make a solid pass for a score. I think he will finish with a line similar to last nights. 14 points 3 assist 2 rebounds 2 threes 45% FG and 90% FT. He won't get many steals, won't get any blocks, but shouldn't turn the ball over much either. With as weak as SGs are this year, Reddick was definitely one of my main targets in my main league. Won't be spectacular, but should be really really consistent.

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All I'm asking from him is consistency. I hate the shadow of Crawford behind him but if he can keep up what he's done the first game I'll take it. There are bound to be games where he can't find his touch and ends up playing 15 minutes and letting Crawford take over, but lets just hope those are minimal occurrences.

I spent a couple hours last night contemplating whether I should drop him for James Anderson, but realistically his regular production should be Anderson's ceiling.

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Anyone watching this game? Seems to be irrelevant. No PT.

He played 28 to Crawford's 22. While he didn't do a whole lot, he did have 13 pts and 2 asts off 5/8 shooting and had the biggest +/- on the team. We aren't expecting a whole lot more from him, so far he's been consistent.

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He wouldve easily played 30+ minutes if he didn't pick up his 5th foul. Scary part is he had a couple wide open looks he missed. And on top of that he did a great job on Harden.

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Man, I still remember the days when everyone and their mothers hated on this guy so much at Duke and when he was drafted. He's turned into a fine NBA player...hard work pays off.

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Man, I still remember the days when everyone and their mothers hated on this guy so much at Duke and when he was drafted. He's turned into a fine NBA player...hard work pays off.

My mom and I were a couple of those haters. I thought he was just a pure shooter and nothing more, and my mom....well she just hates Duke. I'm willing to admit I was wrong, he has obviously put the time and effort into developing his game...but my mom still hates Duke.

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How highly do Redick owners value him? What kind of players would you do a 1 for 1 or 2 for 1 trade for?

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