JJ Redick: Future Starter Or Future 6th Man Of The Year

Nicolas SouleContributor IApril 1, 2010

ORLANDO, FL - MARCH 28:  J.J. Redick #7 of the Orlando Magic points during the game against the Denver Nuggets at Amway Arena on March 28, 2010 in Orlando, Florida.  NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and/or using this Photograph, user is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.  (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)
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JJ Redick has played great this season. His defense, passing, decision making, and shooting has improved a lot since last season. If he improves as much as he did this year next season. He can definitely start for somebody or be a terrific 6th man. I think JJ Redick can be that 4th Quarter guy for the Magic. He's a better FT and 3pt shooter than Vince Carter and seems to be a little quicker also. I'm not saying start him right away. Because Vince Carter is still Vince Carter. He's still got more leadership and much more experience. But I'm hoping JJ can learn as much as possible from Vince and the other previous guards played ahead of him. He should be a candidate for most improved player. If not hopefully next season. I think he'll be contending for the 6th man of the year award next season if he improves even more in his all around game.

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