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Juvonte Reddic - PF/C, 6'9, 250
Signed in Belgium - Signed with Mons-Hainautt
       Date of birth: 05/23/1992
       Country: USA
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2014
     Out of: VCU
  NBA Experience: 0 years
  Hand: Right

6th August, 2014 Italy Signed a one year contract with Vuelle Pesaro.
17th January, 2015 Italy Left Vuelle Pesaro.
19th January, 2015 Italy Signed for the remainder of the season with Granarolo Bologna.
31st October, 2015 D-League Drafted 53rd overall in the 2015 D-League Draft by Canton Charge.
22nd August, 2016 Greece Signed a one year contract with Kolossos Rhodes.
26th February, 2017 D-League Returning player rights traded by Canton Charge, along with a 2017 third round pick and the returning player rights to Jordan Morgan, to Santa Cruz Warriors in exchange for Cameron Jones and a 2017 fourth round pick.
21st July, 2017 Belgium Signed a one year contract with Mons-Hainaut.
When: Where:
2010 - 2014 VCU (NCAA)
August 2014 - January 2015 Pesaro (Italy)
January 2015 - June 2015 Bologna (Italy)
October 2015 - June 2016 Canton Charge (D-League)
July 2016 Dallas Mavericks (Summer League)
July 2016 - June 2017 Kolossos (Greece)
July 2017 - present Mons-Hainaut (Belgium)
From blog:

   Wildly Unnecessarily Lengthy 2014 NBA Draft Board, Part 5: NCAA Power forwards

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Juvonte Reddic, Virginia Commonwealth

2013/14 stats: 27.9 mpg, 11.8 ppg, 8.4 rpg, 0.7 apg, 1.2 bpg, 1.3 spg, 2.3 fpg, 1.7 TOpg, 50.9% FG, 33.3% 3PT, 54.8% FT

Reddic was the big man in VCU's havoc press, and as such can correctly be assumed to have some good perimeter defensive skills for a big man. Be in on switches or traps, Reddic moves well on the perimeter and also makes good reads, recording a good amount of steals for a de facto power forward and able to stick with the opposing guards. Athletic and agile, Reddic overrotates at times, but has good recovery speed, making him very much a pest in this aspect of the game.

The problems come on the interior, where Reddic doesn't do his work early enough. He has some strength on his frame, but does not do much with it, not being tough enough on the interior nor consistently boxing out on the glass. A power forward in name only, Reddic is not one for the power and physicality of the interior, and never has been a paint or post protector.

Offensively, Reddic's main skill is the offensive rebound, at which he is much better (and seemingly more interested) than defensive rebounding. He contributes a few different things on offense - some pick-and-roll play, an occasional mid-range jump shot (including a turnaround from the post), occasionally stepping out and being able to take slower defenders with a two-dribble drive from that area. None of it is especially consistent, though, and although Reddic looks fairly smooth in his offensive moves, he simply misses quite a lot of shots. Reddick does little in the post and is only effective from there in opportunistic situations, and although he is very good at the putback, he has little in the way of reliable halfcourt offense.

In total, then, Reddic is a perimeter player on defense and only an interior player on offense, without being particularly effective at the latter. That's a tough combination to place. If he develops a more consistent shot with better range, then the skills he already have combined with his physical tools make Reddic a potentially very solid stretch four. As it is, he's somewhat limited.

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   2015 NBA Summer League Rosters - Brooklyn

Reddic's first professional season was spent with two Italian teams, Pesaro and Bologna, averaging 9/5 in 22 minutes for the former and 7/4 in 15 for the latter. He remained a distinctly poor defensive rebounder, however, and this may be his area of most immediate concern.

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   An Unnecessarily Exhaustive Guide To The 2010/11 NCAA Tournament, Part 1: Southwestern Region

[...] Most of the ball handling is done by 5'10 senior Joey Rodriguez, who ranks 58th in the country with 4.8 assists per game, with a decent 2.1:1 assist/turnover ratio. Working on Rodriguez's favour there is that missed shots don't count as turnovers - a decent three point shooter, Rodriguez undermines that with occasionally terrible shot selection, and, due to his lack of size, he is little threat inside of the arc save for an inefficient floater. Nevertheless, he moves the ball and runs a good pick-and-roll game, has good hands and energy on the defensive end, serving as the team's unquestioned, hugely confident, perhaps over-confident leader. Alongside him, 6'2 guards Brandon Rozzell (senior) and Rob Brandenberg (freshman) do most of the jumpshooting, while sophomore backup point guard Darris Theus (not related to Reggie) can push the tempo, although he can't make a shot himself. VCU are also integrating two freshman big men, 6'9 athlete Juvonte Reddic and 7'0 D.J. Haley, both athletic for their size yet also both very raw at this juncture.

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Signed in Belgium


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