In 2006, he got maximum awards in his life history. Excluding himself he has 4 siblings; Elder twin sisters Catie and Alyssa, younger brother David and younger sister Abigail.In 2006, he continuously won the title for, Major player of the year award, ACC athlete of the year, the national player of the year, United States Basketball Writers Association’s Oscar Robertson Trophy College Basketball Co-Player of the Year, National Association of Basketball Coaches Co-Player of the Year. As his full name is Jonathan Redick he was called J in the beginning.
July 2017, Saturday afternoon Sixer’s president of basketball operations Bryan Colangelo and JJ’s negotiator Grey Lawrence of Wasserman Media Group completed their processes and finalized their deal. He recently tweeted, Before agreement with Sixers, he played for Los Angeles Clippers.
He signed the contract with Angeles on 10th July 2013. later he got traded to Milwaukee Bucks on 21st February 2013.
Reddick came into the season as a third stringer and saw the limited rotation after Ariza was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers early in the season.
Then he began to pick up averaging 17.4 minutes instead of the previous season’s 8.1 and played in 64 games instead of 34.
In the year 2013, the brilliant player was acquired by the Los Angeles Clippers through a sign-and-trade three-team deal which involved the Bucks and Phoenix Suns. His father played basketball for two seasons at Ohio University.
He increased his streak of consecutive games along with a made three-pointer to 62 in an 116-92 win over the San Antonio Spurs. Redick older twin sisters named Catie and Alyssa both played for the Campbell University.
J Redick is an American professional basketball player for the Philadelphia 76ers of the National Basketball Association.
He set a record for the most consecutive free throws made in the ACC with 54.
It will take a decade if we start talking about his achievements.
He received the ACC Player of the Year award, ACC tournament most valuable player and Adolph Rupp Trophy for national player of the year in the season game of 2005-2006.