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Michael Redd - SG, 6'6, 215
Retired - Retired in November 2013
       Date of birth: 08/24/1979
       Country: USA
     Drafted (NBA): 43rd pick, 2000
     Out of: Ohio State
  NBA Experience: 12 years
  Hand: Left

2000 NBA Draft NBA Drafted 43rd overall by Milwaukee.
16th July, 2000 NBA Signed a guaranteed two year minimum salary contract with Milwaukee. Included team option for 2001/02.
15th August, 2000 ABA Drafted 51st overall in the 2000 ABA Draft by Indiana Legends.
14th September, 2000 IBL Drafted 15th overall in the 2000 IBL NBA Supplemental Draft by Cincinnati Stuff.
20th September, 2000 CBA Drafted 35th overall in the 2000 CBA Draft by Grand Rapids Hoops.
30th June, 2001 NBA Milwaukee exercised 2001/02 team option.
30th September, 2002 NBA Signed a partially guaranteed four year, $12 million offer sheet with Dallas. Included player option for 2005/06.
14th October, 2002 NBA Milwaukee matched Dallas's offer sheet.
30th June, 2005 NBA Declined 2005/06 player option.
13th August, 2005 NBA Re-signed by Milwaukee to a six year, $90.9 million contract. Included early termination option after 2009/10 season.
30th June, 2010 NBA Declined to exercise early termination option.
29th December, 2011 NBA Signed a guaranteed one year minimum salary contract with Phoenix.
When: Where:
1997 - 2000 Ohio State (NCAA)
July 2000 Milwaukee Bucks (Summer League)
July 2000 - June 2011 Milwaukee Bucks (NBA)
December 2011 - June 2012 Phoenix Suns (NBA)
From blog:

   2010 Summer League Rosters: Portland Trail Blazers

Dante Cunningham

Considering he's always been a power forward in a small forward's body, Cunningham made a pretty decent effort of pretending otherwise. Given plenty of opportunities due to injury, Cunningham shot his customary mid range two's well, rebounding well enough for a man of his size, and proved he could play defense on most small and power forwards. He also turned it over only 25 times all year, leading all rookies in turnover percentage at 6.0%. This is helped significantly by the fact that he doesn't dribble, but nevertheless, it's a hugely impressive number. (Tyler Hansbrough was next lowest at 7.1% in his part-season of work; Marcus Thornton was third at 7.3%. The worst? Jrue Holiday, 21.9%. Then James Johnson. Then Hasheem Thabeet.)

In fact, not only did it lead all rookies, the only player that played significant minutes (i.e. more than 500) to have a lower turnover percentage than that was Maurice Evans at 4.5%. Michael Redd had only a 5.8%, but he barely played all season. And Steve Novak had a 1.8% in 57 games; however, he only played 14 seconds per game. (NB: That figure is exaggerated slightly.)

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   2011 NBA Draft Diary

Pick 30: With the last pick of the first round, Chicago takes Jimmy Butler from Marquette, a fairly athletic slashing small forward converted from a power forward. This still does not address the two guard situation. But Michael Redd still could. (I put the chances of Chicago signing Redd this offseason at around 60%, if he is healthy.)

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