Perhaps the biggest sign that the 76ers' tank is over is that a reputable free agent wants in. He'll have an excellent chance to start and could be a late-round target.
J.J. Redick has agreed to sign a one-year deal with the Philadelphia 76ers. Redick was the Clippers' third-leading scorer behind Blake Griffin and Chris Paul, averaging 15 points on 44.5 percent shooting in 2016-17. Redick recently located to the East Coast from Los Angeles, where he spent the past four seasons with the LA Clippers.
On Saturday, Redick tweeted, "Trust the process", a nod to former executive Sam Hinkie's mantra about the Sixers slow but deliberate rebuild.
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Redick also took to Twitter to indicate he's heading to Philly. In fact, I actually didn't like the idea of them pursuing Redick, because I feared that the veteran guard would command at least a three-year deal.
The Sixers would have to shell out money to get the restricted free agents in order to avoid the Pistons and Wizards, respectively, from matching the contract offers. Redick, 33, is one of the best shooters in the league, knocking down 42.9 percent of his 3s last year - which was down from a 47.5 percent clip the year prior.