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Feb 19, 2013; Orlando, FL, USA; Orlando Magic shooting guard J.J. Redick (7) reacts during the first quarter against the Charlotte Bobcats at Amway Center. Mandatory Credit: Douglas Jones-USA TODAY Sports

J.J. Redick

As we close in on the trade deadline, it surely seems that Redick will be dealt. There are numerous teams involved at the moment, and it would make sense for the Magic to move the sharpshooter. Redick will be a free agent after this year, and it doesn’t look like the Magic will resign him, so they might as well try and get the best offer they can for him.

According to Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski, Orlando has multiple offers of first-round picks.

One possible landing spot for Redick appears to be San Antonio.


Redick would be a great fit in San Antonio. The Spurs love to space the floor and find open shooters. They already shoot about 22 three-pointers a game, and having Redick would make their offense much more dangerous.

Josh Smith

Smith has been the talk of the deadline this year, with rumored destinations ranging from Milwaukee to Phoenix to Brooklyn to Boston. As of this morning, it seems that the best offer for Smith may actually be from the Bucks, according to Yahoo! Sports’ Wojnarowski.

Wojnarowski has reported, however, that the Hawks would rather send Smith to the West.


If the Hawks are truly set on not re-signing Smith, then they might as well try to trade him. Because other teams know this, and factoring in Smith’s expiring contract, it will be tough for the Hawks to get a lot in return.