Redick was drafted by the Orlando Magic with the 11th overall pick of the 2006 NBA Draft. Backs spasms and a right ankle injury forced the rookie miss 21 of Orlando's first 23 games. He made is NBA debut on Nov. 25 with two points, one rebound and one assists over three-plus minutes during a home over Atlanta. But playing time was sparse for Redick, as he appeared in just six games in January. On Jan. 20, he delivered his first double-digit scoring effort with 13 points, one rebound, one assist and one steal during at loss at New Jersey. By the end of January, Redick became a regular off-the-bench for Magic. From Jan. 26 through the end of the regular season, the Duke product appeared in 33 of 39 games and averaged 6.2 points, 1.3 rebounds and 0.9 assists over 15.3 minutes per contest. The Magic finished at 40-42 and lost to Detroit in the first round of the playoffs. Redick appeared in the deciding Game 4 of the series and scored three points with two assists over 11 minutes in the loss.2007
Multiple injuries limited Redick's ability to play during his sophomore season in the Association. Hand and back injuries forced Redick to miss 11 of Orlando's first 15 games. His playing time increased between Nov. 28 and Dec. 15, when the Duke product appeared in seven of Orlando's nine games and scored 6.1 points over 14.5 minutes per game. But then the Orlando coaching staff cut back on Redick's minutes due to concerns with his defense. Playing time issues plagued Redick throughout the season. For the season, he appeared in 34 games and averaged 4.1 points over 8.1 minutes per game. The Magic finished the season at 52-30, defeated the Raptors in the first round of the playoffs, but lost to Detroit in the Eastern Conference Semifinals.2008
After a frustrating 2007-08 season, Redick returned to Orlando and played in a career-best 64 games and averaged a career-high 17.4 minutes per game. On Nov. 18, Redick made his first career NBA start and generated 10 points, three rebounds and a steal over 34 minutes during a home win over the Raptors. The sharpshooting guard started five games during the season. On Nov. 22, Redick drained a career-high eight free throws, from 10 attempts, during a home loss to the Rockets. Twice Redick scored a season-high 17 points, including during a Jan. 9 win over the Hawks where Redick posted 17 points, four rebounds and two assists in just under 25 minutes of run. On Apr. 10, Redick grabbed a career-best five rebounds in a loss to the Knicks. The Magic finished at 59-23 and defeated the 76ers, Celtics and Cavaliers on their way to the 2009 NBA Finals, where they lost in five games to the Lakers. Redick twice scored a post-season career-high 15 points, first in the decisive Game 6 win over Philly, and then again in a Game 2 loss to Boston.2009
For the first time Redick's career, the sharpshooting guard played in all 82 games during the 2009-10 season. In his fourth season with the Magic, Redick averaged a career-best 22.0 minutes per game. That increased playing time led to career-high game averages for points (9.6), three-pointers (1.4) and rebounds (1.9). The Duke product also shot a career-best 40.5 percent from behind the arc and started a career-high nine games. On Nov. 1, Redick started and posted a career-high 27 points, six boards and five dimes over 45 minutes of run during a win at Toronto. Redick's Magic ended the regular season with a mark of 59-23 and eliminated the Bobcats and the Hawks before losing to Boston in six games during the Eastern Conference Finals. Redick came off the bench in all 14 of Orlando's playoff games and delivered 7.5 points, 1.1 three-pointers and 0.7 steals over 19.2 minutes per post-season contest.2010
After playing in all 82 games last season, Redick signed a new three-year agreement to stay with the Magic. Unfortunately, he battled a few injuries during the 2010-11 season. A back injury forced him to miss two games in November and a stomach virus cost Redick three games in early December. But Redick hit his stride on Dec. 14 when he scored a career-high 29 points and shot 6-of-9 from behind the arc in a loss at Denver. Redick's hot shooting steadily increased his playing time. For the season, Redick averaged a career-best 25.6 minutes per game, which led to a career-highs in points (10.1) and three-pointers (1.5) per contest. Redick scored in double-digits in 32 contests. But an abdomen injury forced the 6-foot-3 guard to miss the last 17 games of the regular season. Orlando finished the year at 52-30 and lost to the Hawks over six games in the first round of the playoffs. Redick returned from his injury in time to come of the bench in all six of Orlando's playoff games. During the Game 5 win, Redick posted 14 points, three rebounds and three assists.2011
During the 2011-12 season, Redick appeared in 65 games and started a career-high 22 contests for the Orlando Magic. For the fourth consecutive season, Redick increased his playing time. The shooting guard played a career-high 27.2 minutes per game, which led to career high game averages in points (11.6), assists (2.5), rebounds (2.3) and three-pointers (1.7). On New Year's Day, Redick posted 21 points, three boards, three dimes and three three-pointers during a home win over Toronto. Redick had 20 games in which he scored 15 points or more. On Apr. 25, Redick scored a career-high 31 points during a home win over Charlotte. Orlando finished the lock-out shortened season at 37-29 and lost to the Pacers in the first round of the playoffs. Redick played in all five playoff games for the Magic and scored in double-digits in four of those games, including a 10-point, seven-assist effort during Orlando's Game 4 loss.2017
Redick was drafted No. 11 overall out of Duke back in 2006 with the reputation of being a deadly three-point specialist, and 12 years into his NBA career, absolutely nothing has changed. Redick was fantastic in his first season in the City of Brotherly Love. His 17.1 points per game were a career-high. He contributed in secondary offensive categories (2.5 rebounds, 3 assists) while once again doing his best work from the outside. Redick nailed at least 42 percent of his threes for a fourth-straight season. Redick hit 8-of-12 from deep on two separate occasions (November 3 v. Indiana, November 25 v. Orlando) and sunk multiple threes in seven of Philadelphia's 10 postseason games. Durability has also been on Redick's side. In a day and age in which many players seem to be frequently injured, the 33-year-old has missed a grand total of just 27 regular season games over the past four seasons. In addition to his prowess from outside, Redick shot better than 90 percent (90.4) from the foul line for the sixth time in his career. Few NBA players are as proficient at any one particular skill as Redick is at shooting the basketball.2018
Redick's 13th NBA season was his second in Philadelphia, and would see him make the playoffs for the 13th time in his career. He set a new career-high in points scored in a season with 1372 points - or 18.1 points per game. He took 8.0 threes per game, as playing alongside Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons led to many opportunities on the perimeter. The 34-year-old also logged a career-high 31.3 minutes per game. Redick opened the season hot with back-to-back 30-point efforts in October. First, a 31-point game in a win against Orlando on the 20th which included a season-high eight three-point makes. He followed that up with a 31-point game in his team's 133-132 OT loss to Detroit on the 23rd. Redick once again surpassed the 30-point mark on Feb. 8 when he led his team to a 117-110 win against the Denver Nuggets, thanks to a six-of-seven shooting night from behind the arc. Redick scored at least 20 points in each of the final four games he appeared in before sitting out the final two in order to rest for the playoffs, including a 30-point effort on Apr. 3 against Atlanta and a 29-point day against Milwaukee. Redick averaged 13.4 points per game in the playoffs. He scored a postseason-high 26 points in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals against the Nets. Redick's season ended with a 40-minute effort where he recorded 17 points, four rebounds, three assists, one steal, and one block in game seven of the Eastern Conference semifinals.
June 28, 2006Drafted by the Orlando Magic in the 1st round (11th pick) of the 2006 NBA Draft and signed a rookie contract shortly thereafter.
July 1, 2010Signed a three-year deal as a free agent with the Orlando Magic
February 21, 2013Traded by the Orlando Magic with Gustavo Ayón and Ish Smith to the Milwaukee Bucks for Tobias Harris, Doron Lamb, Beno Udrih and cash.
July 10, 2013As part of a 3-team trade, traded by the Milwaukee Bucks to the Los Angeles Clippers; the Clippers traded a 2016 2nd round draft pick to the Bucks; the Clippers traded Eric Bledsoe and Caron Butler to the Phoenix Suns; the Suns traded Jared Dudley to the Clippers; and the Suns traded a 2014 2nd round draft pick to the Bucks.
July 8, 2017Signed a one-year contract with the Philadelphia 76ers
July 6, 2018Signed a one-year deal as a free agent with the Philadelphia 76ers.
July 15, 2019Signed a two-year deal as a free agent with the New Orleans Pelicans.