Rumors have been circulating for the past few weeks that the three point specialist would be leaving the LA lippers in free agency.
ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reports that J.J. Redick “will not return to the Clippers” and is in talks with the Minnesota Timberwolves, Philadelphia 76ers, and the Brooklyn Nets.
Wojnarowski also added that the Sixers are planning on offering the shooting guard a one-year contract worth around $20 million, right around the price Redick was asking for.
Minnesota is also planning to offer Redick a three to four-year deal but the money amount has yet to be revealed.
Clippers fans have been bracing for the loss of another one of the members of LA’s “core four” since it was reported weeks ago that the Clippers would not be meeting Redick’s asking price. This marks the second Clippers starter lost in just a few days after the team traded point guard Chris Paul to the Rockets.