JJ Redick Biography
JJ Redick Age and Birthday
JJ Redick Career
JJ Redick NBA
JJ Redick ESPN
The 28th of March in 2010 awarded him several career highs in the form of 7 rebounds, 8 assists, and 46 minutes played. He was instrumental in leading the team in scoring, providing 23 points.
JJ Redick Bucks
On February 21, 2013, he and his teammates were traded to the Milwaukee Bucks.
JJ Redick Clippers
JJ Redick 76ers
JJ Redick Sixers
JJ Redick Lakers
Redick plays for the Los Angeles Lakers. The Los Angeles Lakers took the action and tied down a subsequent hotshot to play close by LeBron James in Anthony Davis.
JJ Redick Pelicans
Redick endorsed with New Orleans Pelicans on July 2019. New Orleans Pelicans contend in the NBA as a part club of the association’s Western Gathering Southwest Division. They play their home games in the Smoothie Lord Center.
JJ Redick Salary
Redick one year contract with Philadelphia 76ers saw him procure $12, 250,000. In 2013, he acquired $ 6.75 million with Clippers.
JJ Redick Net Worth
Playing for the New Orleans Pelicans of the NBA, there is question Redick acquires a decent compensation and has had the option to gather great total assets. In any case, Redick accurate total assets has not yet been affirmed yet the data will be refreshed when it is free.
JJ Redick Height and Weight
Redick is a man of normal height. He remains at a stature of 6 feet 4 inches(1.93 meters). He additionally gauges a huge 200 pounds(91 kgs).
JJ Redick Duke University
He went to Duke College. During his first year, he drove his group with 30 focuses in their success against North Carolina State. This was in the ACC Competition title game. He gave 26 focuses in the game against Focal Michigan in the NCAA Competition’s second round. His exhibition was not a big deal in Duke’s Sweet Sixteen loss to the Kansas Jayhawks. In his lesser year, he filled in as co-commander. He made chief in his senior year.
JJ Redick Family
Redick guardians are Ken and Jeanie Redick. He comes from an energetic foundation. His dad was a basketballer who played for Ohio Wesleyan College. He played for two seasons.
JJ Redick Siblings
His more seasoned twin sisters both played b-ball for Campbell College. His more youthful sibling played in the tight end position for Marshall College Football. While his most youthful sister played b-ball for Virginia Tech and Drexel College.
He is a Christian. He has Book of scriptures refrain tattoos. His center name ‘Earth’ is because of his dad’s experience as a stoneware potter.
JJ Redick Wife
He wedded his long-lasting girlfriend, Chelsea Redick, on the 26th of June in 2010. The couple has two kids to be specific; Knox and Kai.
JJ Redick Children
Redick has two children to be specific Knox and Kai. Knox was brought into the world in August of 2014 while Kai was brought into the world on the 25th of August in 2016.
JJ Redick College
JJ drove his side in scoring with 21.8 focuses per game during the 2004-05 season. He was the beneficiary of the ACC Player of the Year Grant. He additionally won the Adolph F. Rupp Prize for public player of the year. He won all the significant player of the year grants in 2006.
He set a standard for the freest tosses made in the ACC by making 54 tosses. The record which started on the twentieth of Spring in 2003, finished on the fifteenth of January in 2004. He broke Curtis Staple’s record of 413 vocation three-pointers made on the fourteenth of February in 2006.
JJ completed his profession with a NCAA record of 457 three-point field objectives with a shooting level of 40.4 from the three-point range. He completed his profession with 2,769 focuses. He set a Duke standard for focuses in a season(858) on the tenth of Spring in 2006. This was in an ACC Competition quarterfinal against the College of Miami.
He completed his vocation as the main scorer in ACC competition history. As Duke’s best player, he was regularly on the less than desirable finish of maltreatment from fans. His #4 pullover was resigned at the Cameron Indoor Arena on the fourth of February in 2007. This was during an extraordinary half-time function. He turned into the thirteenth Duke player whose pullover has since been resigned.