Michael Redd

Phoenix Suns #22 - Guard

  • Born: 08/24/79
  • Age: 42
  • Height: 6-6
  • Weight: 215

2020 NBA Draft Roundtable: What does this class present the Sixers?


he Philadelphia 76ers enter Wednesday’s 2020 NBA Draft with an assortment of picks: 21st, 34th, 36th, 49th and 58th overall. While it’s unlikely they select someone with each of these picks, this...

What are your expectations for Klay Thompson next season?


The smooth shooting guard will have missed 18 months of action by the time the NBA season tips off.

Bradley Beal’s surprising statistical doppelgängers

The whole point of the Statistical Doppelgänger Machine is to take the eyes out of it. White players don’t have to be compared to Larry Bird, athletic black guys to Michael Jordan, tall Euros to D...

Dubs in-depth: A look back at the worst NBA Draft classes of the last 20 years


With no surefire prospects on the board, it is shaping up to be an underwhelming draft.

Blast From The Past: Bucks Hosting Virtual Event with Redd, Mason, Ford


The Milwaukee Bucks know that it’s lean basketball times nowadays, even with the Orlando bubble yet-unpopped and the 2019-20 season restart creeping towards us. The Milwaukee Bucks are aware of...

The Worst Bucks Contract of the Last Decade: Drew Gooden Goes Out at #4


Aaron Rodger’s favorite Buck was never all that impactful

The Worst Bucks Contract of the Last Decade: John Henson Hooked At #5


The longtime Buck’s extension never quite fit his on-court production

A Trip Down Memory Lane: Mo Williams’ Buzzer Beater vs. Indiana Pacers



The Worst Bucks Contract of the Last Decade: John Salmons Takes 6th


The Fear The Deer leader’s time in Milwaukee was short and sweet

2020 NBA Draft Preview: Should the New Orleans Pelicans consider Tyrese Maxey?


Ben Pfeifer and Charlie Gonzalez joined The Bird Calls Podcast to discuss their views on the 2020 NBA Draft and some targets the Pelicans may consider.

A Trip Down Memory Lane: Bucks vs. Suns (March 28th, 2006)


Welcome to a new quarantine series!

Our favorite one-and-done Cavaliers


Saluting players who weren’t around for all that long.