J.J. Redick will reportedly not be re-signing with the Clippers and will instead enter free agency.
NBA free agency officially begins on July 1, and Clippers shooting guard J.J. Redick will reportedly be on the market.
Redick wasn't likely to re-sign anyway, but now that Chris Paul will be joining James Harden in Houston, it's almost a guarantee that he won't be a Clipper next year.
The free agency market on shooting guards is expected to be very thin this year, and the Nets and 76ers are among the teams reportedly interested in the sharpshooter's talents.
Brian Windhorst broke the news on ESPN.
Not only does he have the opportunity to get paid, but he can also be a more prominent piece of a team's offense.
Redick is a 42-percent career three-point shooter, and during the 2015-2016 season he led the league from behind the arc shooting 47.5 percent.