NBA trade rumors: Clippers and Bucks discussing Eric Bledsoe, J.J. Redick swap

Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

Bledsoe could give Milwaukee an immediate replacement for Brandon Jennings if he decides to leave.

The Los Angeles Clippers and Milwaukee Bucks are discussing a sign-and-trade that would swap point guard Eric Bledsoe for shooting guard J.J. Redick, ESPN Los Angeles' Ramona Shelburne reports.

If the Clippers are looking for a guard who can handle the ball and knock down three-pointers, Redick certainly fits the bill. An unrestricted free agent this summer after splitting the 2012-13 season between Orlando and Milwaukee, he's one of the top shooters on the market.

Despite struggling to fit in with the Bucks after a midseason trade, Redick still finished the season with solid numbers. Starting just 13 of 78 games, he averaged 14.1 points and 3.8 assists per game while hitting 37 percent of his three-point attempts.

For Milwaukee, landing Bledsoe for a soon-to-be free agent would be a major coup. With Brandon Jennings hitting restricted free agency, the young point guard would give Milwaukee a possible replacement should Jennings decide to sign a lucrative offer sheet elsewhere.

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