JJ Redick Expected To Wait 2-3 Months Before Deciding On A Team

NBA free agency has come to an ostensible standstill, as more than half of the league has 15 or more official contracts on their roster. However, that doesn't mean there aren't still diamonds in the rough available, such as veteran marksman JJ Redick. The 37-year-old announced on his podcast, "The Old Man and The Three," that he'll make a decision on next season "sometime in the next two or three months."

Redick cites family time as a primary factor for him forgoing any immediate decision. Furthermore, he reveals that he will likely be absent from training camp, but will "join a team at some point this season and finish the year and try to go get a chip."
My focus right now is just hanging with my family and enjoying the offseason. And we'll make a decision on next season—what team, what city, etc.—probably sometime in the next two or three months. But, you know, I would say, pretty much definitively, like, I won't be in a training camp to start the season. That's not gonna happen. So, you know, I'll join a team at some point this season and finish the year and try to go get a chip, Redick explaind on his podcast.

It's no secret that the former Duke star's preferred location for this upcoming season is either New York or Brooklyn — the latter being where Redick currently resides. However, Redick's combination of elite shooting and veteran leadership will likely result in him receiving multiple offers, with one Western Conference head coach saying "he can go anywhere and provide value," per Bleacher Report.

For his career, Redick averages 12.8 points, as well as 41.5% from beyond the arc.

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