The seven-year veteran has connected on better than 40 percent of his long-range looks in three of the past four seasons. He's shooting 40.3 percent on the season, despite shattering his previous career-high with six three-point attempts per game.
He's also a few months away from hitting the unrestricted free-agent market. And Orlando general manager Rob Hennigan is dutifully fielding offers for the sharpshooter in the final days leading up to Thursday's trade deadline.
Redick has expressed some desire in remaining in Orlando, but his desired contract may fall out of the Magic's price range. According to what sources told Adrian Wojanrowski of Yahoo! Sports, Redick's agent Arn Tellem will start his free-agent bidding at an annual $10 million salary.
Redick's value will never be higher than it is right now, so there's certainly good reason to see what's available. He's also one of the few intriguing players left on Orlando's roster, and given the massive rebuilding job facing the franchise, this isn't a deal that the Magic can afford to screw up.
So what's being offered in exchange for Redick? Read on and see for yourself.