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Postby Dogcat250 » Fri Aug 23, 2019 11:07 pm

PHOENIX -- A person with knowledge of the situation says a three-team trade is in place that sends J.J. Redick from the Milwaukee Bucks to the Los Angeles Clippers and point guard Eric Bledsoe from the Clippers to the Phoenix Suns. The deal also sends Jared Dudley from the Suns to the Clippers and Caron Butler from the Clippers to the Suns. The Bucks will get two second-round draft picks, according to the person who requested anonymity because the deal cant officially be made public until July 10 under NBA rules. Yahoo! Sports, which first reported the trade, said Redick gets a four-year, $27 million sign-and-trade contract as part of the exchange. In Redick, the Clippers get a much-needed shooting guard to play alongside Chris Paul, who has decided to re-sign with a team that has visions of contending for the Western Conference title. The Bucks acquired Redick from Orlando just before the February trade deadline, but decided not to re-sign him. Between the two teams, Redick averaged a career-best 14.1 points per game. He scored a career-high 31 points and made a career-best eight 3-pointers for Orlando against Detroit on Jan. 27. The former Duke star averaged 12.1 points with the Bucks. Bledsoe is the important piece for the Suns in the first trade engineered by new general manager Ryan McDonough. Pauls highly regarded backup played three seasons for Los Angeles after being drafted 18th overall out of Kentucky in the 2010 draft. Bledsoe averaged 8.5 points and 3.1 assists in 76 games for the Clippers last season. The Suns already have Goran Dragic and Kendall Marshall at point guard, then drafted another in 18-year-old Archie Goodwin from Kentucky with the 29th pick last week. Just what McDonough plans to do to relieve that logjam remains an open question because team officials are prohibited from talking about any moves until July 10. Dudley, a highly popular player with Phoenix who played small forward and shooting guard for the Suns, tweeted his approval of the trade. "I cant lie, Im excited to play close to home!!!" he wrote. "If I had to go to any team it would be the Clippers!! Time to get to work!!!" He also thanked the fans and the coaches, current and former team officials and Suns owner Robert Sarver. Dudley, in his fifth NBA season and third with the Suns, averaged a career-high 10.9 points in 2012-13, his first as a starter, but he was part of a team that posted the second-worst record in Suns history. With the drafting of 7-foot-1 Alex Len as the fifth pick overall and the acquisition of Bledsoe and Butler, McDonough -- formerly the assistant GM in Boston -- is making his first steps to shake up that unimpressive roster. The deal has the Suns taking on the contract of Butler, a two-time NBA all-star who has played 11 seasons in the league with five teams. 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Aaron Hill and Cliff Pennington hit home runs in the first inning for the Diamondbacks, who beat the Miami Marlins 3-2 on Friday night.Each week, The Reporters put their thumbs out to the good and the bad in the world of sports. This week they discuss Toronto mayor Rob Ford, the new Hockey Hall of Fame class, the success of Manny Malhotra, and Adam Pardys helmet in Chicago. Bruce Arthur, National Post: My thumb is down to Rob Ford, though not for all his various misdeeds, specifically. No, it is because he has ballooned into a globally famous Hindenburg of a mayor and he had dragged this citys sports along with him. When he threatened a Toronto Star reporter near his house he met the press in an Argonauts shirt. The first time he was photographed with accused extortionist and drug trafficker Sandro Lisi was at a Leafs game in a Leafs jersey. After the chief of police announced that yes, a crack tape did exist, Ford responded wearing his Raptors tie. And when he finally admitted to crack cocaine use, Ford - a longtime proponent of Torontos chase for an NFL team - wore an old NFL tie. Lets be honest, the citys sports scene is used to indignity but it is not used to it being inflicted by someone else. Steve Simmons, Sun Media: My thumb is up to the Hockey Hall of Fame class of 2013 but in particular to the long overdue induction of the late Freddie Shero in the builders category. And build and leave an imprint is what Shero did. He last coached in the NHL 33 years ago but hardly a day goes by that we dont reference something he said or did. He was the first to use assistant coaches in hockey and the first to implement a variety of systems and breakouts, depending on game circumstances. He wrote on the board to his Philadelphia FFlyers "Win today, and we walk together forever.dddddddddddd." From the championship teams in Philadelphia, he joins the owner, the general manager, the captain and the goaltender in the Hall of Fame, together forever. Michael Farber, Sports Illustrated: My thumb is up to Manny Malhotra who had the breakaway winner for Carolina last Tuesday against the Flyers. This represented not just a triumph for the Hurricanes, but a victory of the human spirit. Malhotra, of course, suffered what would, and probably should, have been a career-ending eye injury in 2012. Certainly Vancouver, his former team, thought he should have retired for his own safety. The Canucks pleas stemmed from the same genuine health concerns fans have when they see athletes like oft-concussed B.C. Lions quarterback Buck Pierce soldiering on. But it is never our call, is it? These men know the risk and Malhotra reaped the reward. We can only applaud. Dave Hodge, TSN: My thumb is up to the hockey moment that managed to somehow fit right in with all of the news coming out of the mayors office in Toronto. I neednt spell out the comparisons, but first, there needs to be a video that everyone wants to see. In this case it is Adam Pardy of the Jets going into the boards and through the glass whereupon he lost his helmet to a...how would you describe the guy? In this context, that would be dangerous, but Im safe in saying that the beer poured over Pardys head seems to fit. And the two fans were quickly removed from their seats and escorted out of Chicagos United Center, easier to do in some places than others. ' ' '
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