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J.J. Redick sent to Clippers in 3-team deal

J.J. Redick is going to Los Angeles as part of a three-team package.

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Billups may be done as a Clipper

The Clippers' futures of Chauncey Billups and Matt Barnes are in question with the acquisition of J.J. Redick and Jared Dudley.

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Suns, Clippers both win big in 3-team trade

Two of the teams involved in Tuesday's three-team blockbuster between the Clippers, Suns and Bucks fared well. The other ... not so much.

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Redick, Dudley headed to Clips, Bledsoe to Suns

The Los Angeles Clippers finally have shooting guards but had to give up young point guard Eric Bledsoe.

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Wolves reportedly offer Redick a multi-year deal

The Timberwolves reportedly have made the sharp-shooting Redick one of their top targets in free agency.

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Clippers, Bucks discuss Bledsoe-for-Redick

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

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Redick unlikely to return to Bucks

After going to the Bucks at the trade deadline, it appears that J.J. Redick will go elsewhere as an unrestricted free agent.

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