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Clippers send Eric Bledsoe and Caron Butler to the Phoenix Suns
The Los Angeles Clippers agreed to trade Eric Bledsoe alongside Caron Butler to the Phoenix Suns. It has been a long time that the Clips have been searching for the perfect scenario to trade the youngster combo guard and now it was the right time.
In a deal that involved three teams, LA will acquire J.J. Redick and Jared Dudley, while the Milwaukee Bucks will get one second-round pick from each of the other two teams. Redick is projected to get the starting position at the shooting forward, while Dudley could also be the starting small forward for the Clips, if another major acquisition is implemented to the roster. J.J. Redick will be signed to a four-year deal, worth $21 million.
Redick, who got traded in mid-season from the Orlando Magic to the Bucks, averaged 14.1 PPG, 3.8 APG, 2.2 RPG while shooting 36.6 from three-point range. Dudley had also solid numbers with 10.9 points, 2.6 assists per game and 3.1 rebounds, while shooting an impressive 39.1 percent from downtown.
Bledsoe looks to be a great acquisition for the Phoenix Suns. Although the team currently has Goran Dragic under contract, Bledsoe could easily steal the starting job. In fact, there are several analysts talking about his potential to reach an All-Star level. Within the Suns organization, he will have the chance to see more minutes and showcase his abilities. Butler on the other hand might have more trouble finding a significant role, due to the plethora of wing players the Suns possess, like Michael Beasly, Shannon Brown and the Morris brothers. At last, the Bucks seem to be the losers of this trade, as the two second-rounders they got don't seem to be enough for what they gave.