While Redick came off the bench, he played starter minutes, registering a solid 35. He played shooting guard and small forward, depending on whether or not both Monta Ellis and Brandon Jennings were on the floor.
Redick put together 16 points and seven assists on 4-of-9 shooting, sinking all seven free throws and a three-pointer.
While he struggled to get his shot going, the Bucks actually looked a lot smoother with him on the floor.
He made them more threatening offensively when he was in for Luc Richard Mbah a Moute and helped space the floor more in place of Monta Ellis.
Let's break it down and really take a look at how well he worked out for his new team.