• Posted career-highs of 14.1 points and 3.8 assists, along with 2.2 rebounds, in 78 games split between the Bucks and Magic (13 starts). • Averaged 12.3 points, 1.9 rebounds and 2.7 assists for the Bucks following the midseason trade. • Scored in double-figures 58 times, including 19 such games in a Bucks uniform. • Scored 20+ points 16 times (twice in Milwaukee) and tallied a season-best and career-high-tying 31 points for the Magic on 1/27/13 vs. Detroit. • Hit a career-high eight three-pointers on 1/27/13 vs. Detroit. • Posted his first of two 20-point games as a Buck on 4/1/13 vs. Charlotte, with the second coming 4/15/13 vs. Denver.
Appeared in four playoff games for Milwaukee and averaged 7.3 points and 1.3 assists in 17.3 minutes per game.
• Played in 65 games (22 starts) for Orlando, averaging a career-high 11.6 points, 2.5 assists and 2.3 rebounds in a career-best 27.2 minutes. • Shot 41.8% (112-268) from three-point range and a team-best 91.1% (143-157) from the free throw line. • Made 22 starts, averaging 14.8 points, 3.0 assists and 2.8 rebounds in 32.9 minutes during that span. • Ranked second in the NBA in free throw percentage and 16th in three-point field goal percentage. • During the regular season, led (or tied) the team in scoring four times and in assists twice. • Scored in double-figures 41 times and had 20+ points six times, including a career-high 31 points on 4/25/12 vs. Charlotte (including 6-of-10 from threepoint range). • Dished out a career-high nine assists on 3/11/12 vs. Indiana. • Recorded at least one steal 19 times and had two-or-more steals six times, including a career-high-tying three steals on 4/10/12 at Washington and 4/22/12 at Denver.
Appeared in all five playoff outings, averaging 10.8 points, 3.2 assists and 1.0 rebounds in 24.6 minutes. Tied career playoff-high with seven assists on 5/5/12 vs. Indiana.
• Played in 59 games (15 starts) for Orlando, averaging 10.1 points, 1.9 rebounds and 1.7 assists in 25.4 minutes. • Shot 39.7% (87-219) from three-point range and a team-best 87.5% (112-128) from the free throw line. • Tied for 33rd in the NBA in three-point field goal percentage. • Led (or tied) the team in scoring twice and in assists twice. • Scored in double-figures 32 times and had 20+ points four times. • Recorded a career-high-tying three steals on 3/9/11 at Sacramento. • Missed 23 total games due to injury/illness: Missed two games on the Inactive List (11/1510-11/18/10) due to back spasms, missed three games (12/1/10-12/4/10) due to a stomach virus, missed one game (1/31/11) due to a left shoulder contusion and sat out 17 games (3/11/11-4/13/11) due to a lower abdominal strain.
Played in six postseason games, averaging 6.7 points, 1.8 rebounds and 1.0 assists in 20.0 minutes.
• Played in all 82 games (9 starts) for Orlando, averaging 9.6 points, 1.9 rebounds and 1.9 assists in 22.0 minutes. • Shot a team-best 40.5% (111-274) from three-point range and a team-best 86.0% (191-222) from the free throw line. • Made nine starts, averaging 13.0 points, 2.9 assists and 2.7 rebounds in 35.1 minutes. • Ranked 17th in the NBA in free throw percentage and 17th in three-point field goal percentage. • Led (or tied) the team in scoring twice and in assists five times. • Scored in double-figures 40 times and had 20+ points in four games. • Set career-high with eight assists (along with a team-high 23 points) in a career-best 46 minutes on 3/28/10 vs. Denver.
Appeared in all 14 playoff games, averaging 7.5 points, 1.7 rebounds and 1.4 assists in 19.2 minutes. Tallied playoff-career-highs of 16 points and five rebounds on 5/18/10 vs. Boston. Recorded career playoff-high three steals on 5/28/10 at Boston.
• Appeared in 64 games with Orlando, averaging 6.0 points, 1.7 rebounds and 1.1 assists in 17.4 minutes. • Made five starts, averaging 6.6 points, 2.2 rebounds and 1.4 assists in 28.8 minutes. • Shot 37.4% (67-179) from three-point range and 87.1% (81-93) from the free throw line. • Scored in double-figures 15 times. • Hit game-tying three-pointer with 8.1 seconds left on 2/17/09 vs. Charlotte. • Had career-high three steals on 2/20/09 at Charlotte. • Made first career start on 11/18/08 vs. Toronto (10 points, three rebounds, one steal, career-high 34 minutes).
Played in 16 playoff outings (eight starts), averaging 6.0 points, 1.9 assists and 1.2 rebounds in 20.4 minutes, helping the Magic reach the NBA Finals. Dished out a playoff career-best seven assists on 5/10/09 vs. Boston.
• Played in 34 games for the Magic, averaging 4.1 points in 8.1 minutes. • Shot 39.5% (17-43) from three-point range. • Scored in double-figures six times. • On the Inactive List a total of seven times: six times due to back spasms (11/6/07 11/14/07) and once due to personal reasons (3/10/08). • DNP-CD in 41 games.
Appeared in two playoff games, pulling down one rebound in 10 minutes of action.
• Played in 42 games for Orlando, averaging 6.0 points and 1.2 rebounds in 14.8 minutes. • Shot 38.8% (38-98) from three-point range and 90.0% (54-60) from the free throw line. • Ranked among NBA rookies in threepoint field goal percentage (fifth), assists (T- 16th) and scoring (18th). • Scored in double-figures nine times. • Made his NBA debut on Nov, 25 vs. Atlanta, recording two points, one rebound and one assist in three minutes.
Appeared in one playoff game, tallying three points and two assists in 11 minutes on 4/28/07 vs. Detroit.
COLLEGE (Duke 2002-2006):
• Finished collegiate career as the all-time leading scorer in both Duke University and Atlantic Coast Conference history with 2,769 points (16th in NCAA history). • Played four seasons at Duke, averaging 19.9 points, 2.7 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.09 steals in 139 career games. • Shot 40.6% (457-1,126) from three-point range and 91.2% (662-726) from the free throw line. • Named Wooden, Naismith and Associated Press Player of the Year following his senior season in 2005-06. • Set an NCAA record for career three-pointers made (457) and finished second in NCAA history in free throw percentage (91.2%). • Named ACC Player of the Year and First Team All-America for the second straight season, after averaging 26.8 points and shooting 42.1% (139-330) from three-point range. • Earned ACC Tournament MVP for the second- straight time. • As a junior (2004-05), averaged 21.8 points. • Named Adolph Rupp National Player of the Year and ACC Player of the Year, and also earned ACC Tournament MVP honors. • Led the ACC in scoring, free throw percentage (93.8%), minutes played (37.3 minutes) and three-point field goals per game (3.7). • Led Duke and was ninth in the ACC with a 40.3% (121-300) from three-point land. • During his sophomore campaign (2003-04), was named All-ACC First Team after leading the Blue Devils in scoring (15.9 points) and three-point field goals made (102). • Led the ACC and ranked second in the nation with a 95.3% (143-150) free throw percentage. • Became only the fifth player in Duke history (22nd in ACC history) to reach 1,000 career points. • As a freshman (2002-03), was named to the All-ACC Third Team and All-ACC Freshman Team. • Averaged 15.0 points, the fourth-highest by a Duke freshman. • Led the Blue Devils in free throw percentage (91.9%, fifth in NCAA), threepoint field goals made (95) and attempted (238).
• Participated in a ‘Play for Peace’ basketball clinic at the Seeds of Peace International Camp in Otisfield, Maine during the summer of 2006. The camp welcomed Israeli, Palestinian, Egyptian, Jordanian and American youth. • Founded the JJ Redick Foundation in 2011 to benefit underprivileged youth.
• Full name is Jonathan Clay Redick. • Son of Ken and Jeanie Redick. • His father’s background as a stoneware potter led to his middle name of “Clay”. • Majored in history and minored in cultural anthropology while at Duke. • His older twin sisters, Alyssa and Catie, both played college basketball for four years at Campbell University, also has a younger brother, David, and a younger sister, Abby. • Enjoys writing poetry. • Played for USA Basketball in the 2005 FIBA Under 21 World Championship, 2005 Global Games and 2003 FIBA Men’s Junior World Championship. • Member of the 2006 08 USA Men’s Senior National Team program. • Married to Chelsea who lives in Austin, TX in the off-season. • Follow Redick on Twitter: @JJRedick.