Per a press release from NBA.com, the 11-year veteran will say his goodbyes to fans at the BMO Harris Bradley Center Nov. 6 when the Milwaukee Bucks take on the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Redd is responsible for a number of entries in the Bucks' record books. He's the fourth-leading scorer in franchise history, holds the team record for points in a game (57 against the Utah Jazz in 2006) and ranks second all-time in made three-pointers, per Basketball-Reference.com.
Considering where the Bucks drafted him, it's safe to say they got their money's worth.
Redd was drafted by the Bucks 43rd overall in the 2000 NBA Draft and went on to play 11 seasons in Milwaukee, where he averaged 20p/4r/2.3a.— Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks) November 5, 2013
An All-Star nod during the 2003-04 season kicked off Redd's peak, which included six straight years of at least 21 points per game. The lefty gunner topped out with 26.7 points per game in 2006-07, and he holds a career mark of 38 percent from long range.
Knee injuries pretty much put an end to the Ohio State product's stardom midway through the 2008-2009 season, but he held on to play sporadically through the 2011-12 campaign.
Was Redd a little one-dimensional? Sure. Did he play in the era right before analysts started to question the value of high-volume, moderate-efficiency perimeter shooters? Absolutely.
But there's no getting around the purity of his stroke from long range, and any time the NBA loses a crafty left-hander, it's a minor aesthetic tragedy.
Redd will get a raucous sendoff Nov. 6, but perhaps we can start the celebration of his career a bit early.
That's how fans in Milwaukee and throughout the NBA will remember Redd—a fearless gunner who was always willing to take the big shot.