2007-11-05 12:17:08

J.J. Redick

 

Position: Guard
Height: 6'4" / 194 cms
Weight: 190 lbs. / 86 kgs
Born: June 24, 1984
College: Duke University
NBA Team: Orlando Magic


(As of 11/05/07)

 
USA BASKETBALL NOTES

- Participated in the USA Basketball Senior National Team's August 15-21 training in Las Vegas, Nev.

- In the 2007 State Farm USA Basketball Challenge he helped lead the Blue to a come-from-behind 105-104 victory and recorded two points, and added one assist, one steal in 11 minutes

- Attended  the 2006 Senior National Team training in Las Vegas, but he was unable to participate while rehabilitating his back.

- Named on March 5, 2006, to the 2006-2008 USA Basketball Men's Senior National Team.

- Member of the 2005 USA Basketball U21 World Championship Team that finished 7-1 and in fifth place, played in all eight games, started twice, averaged 10.8 ppg. (4th high on team), 1.5 rpg., 1.6 apg., 1.1 spg., while shooting 39.3 percent from the field, 44.7 percent (17-38 3pt FGs) from behind the 3-point line, 91.3 percent (21-23 FTs) from the free throw line.

- Helped lead the USA U21 Team to a 4-0 record and the gold medal at 2005 Global Games in Dallas, Texas. Played in all four games, starting two, and tied for the team high averaging 13.8 ppg., added 1.3  rpg.,1.3 apg., 1.8 spg., while shooting 53.1 percent from the field, 57.7 percent from 3-point (15-26 3pt FGs) and a perfect 6-of-6 from the foul line.

- Invited to participate in the 2004 USA Men's National Team Trials but was unable to because of injury.

- Member of the 2003 USA Men's Junior World Championship Team that finished in fifth place with a 7-1 record, which tied gold medalist Australia as the best record in the tournament, in Thessaloniki, Greece. Suffered a hamstring injury and competed in two games.

- Prior to the 2003 FIBA Junior World Championship, the U.S. collected the 2003 Global Games gold medal with a 5-0 record in Dallas. Suffered a hamstring injury and competed in just two games  (4.0 ppg., 1.5 rpg.).

- Member of the 2001 USA Basketball Youth Development Festival East Team that earned the silver medal with a 3-2 record, also played on the 2000 USA East Team that finished 1-4 and in fourth place.

- Owns a share of the all-time Festival record for free throw percentage with a perfect 12-of-12 from the line in 2000.

- In the 2001 Festival, ranked 13th among all competitors in scoring (12.2 ppg.), eighth in field goal percentage (.500) and third in 3-point field goal percentage (.458).

- Scored a 2001 Festival high 17 points versus the North Team.

- Finished as the 2000 Festival's fifth leading scorer (19.8 ppg.), ranked ninth in field goal percentage (.516), second in 3-point field goal percentage (.500) and led all competitors in free throw percentage (1.000).

- Twice scored 25 points in a game and scored 18 points in the 101-98 bronze medal loss to the South.

NBA NOTES

- Completed in 2006-07 his first NBA season with Orlando.

- Aided Orlando in 2006-07 to a 40-42 regular season record and the 2007 NBA Playoffs.

- Played in 42 games in 2006-07 and finished the NBA regular season averaging 6.0 ppg., 1.2 rpg., while shooting 41.0 percent from the field, 38.8 percent from 3-point, and 90.0 percent from the foul line.

- Finished 2006-07 ranked 20th overall in the NBA in free throw percentage (.900); tied for 61st in 3-point percentage (.388); 

- Among all rookies in 2006-07, ranked third in free throw percentage; ninth in 3-point percentage; 14th in 3-point field goals made and attempted; 19th in scoring; 23rd in free throws made; 28th in free throws attempted; 28th in minutes played per game; 30th in efficiency rating; and 43rd in field goal percentage;

- Opened February with games of 13 points against New Jersey (2/2/07); 11 points against New York (2/3/07); nine points versus Milwaukee (2/6/07), 14 points versus Toronto (2/7/07) and a season high of 16 points (6-11 FGs, 3-8 3pt FGs, 1-1 FTs) versus San Antonio (2/09/07).

- Drafted in the first round, No. 8 overall, of the 2006 NBA Draft by the Orlando Magic.

COLLEGIATE NOTES 
 
- A four-year starter, Duke compiled a 116-23 overall record (.835 winning percentage), won two Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) regular season titles, three ACC Tournament championships and advanced to four NCAA Tournaments, including the 2004 Final Four and the 2003, 2005 and 2006 Sweet Sixteens.

- Ranks first all-time among Duke career leaders for scoring (2,769), fifth for scoring average (19.9 ppg.), first in 3-point field goals made (457) and attempted (1126), sixth for field goals made (825), fourth in 3-point field goal percentage .404), first for free throw percentage (.912), second for free throws made (662), third for free throws
attempted (726), ninth for games played (139), third for games started (134), fourth in minutes played (4732) and tied for sixth in victories.

- Led Duke in 2005-06 to a 32-4 overall record, 14-2 record in ACC play, a #7 ranking in the final USA Today/ESPN coaches' poll, and the ACC regular season and tournament titles, assisting the Blue Devils to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen.

- Finished his senior (2005-06) season averaging 26.8 ppg., 2.0 rpg., 2.6 apg., 1.4 spg., while shooting 47.0 percent from the field, 42.1 percent from 3-point and 86.3 percent from the foul line.

- Finished 2005-06 ranked second overall in the NCAA in scoring (USA teammate Adam Morrison was first), fifth in 3-point field goals made per game, 22nd 3-point percentage and 25th in free throw percentage.

- Set a new NCAA record for career made 3-pointers, also set career ACC records for points and free throw percentage and came just six points shy of scoring more points in a season than any other ACC
player while setting a new ACC season record for 3-pointers.

- Finished collegiate career ranked as the all-time leading scorer in the ACC Tournament.

- Selected winner of the 2006 Amateur Athletic Union James E. Sullivan Memorial Award, given annually to the nation's top amateur athlete.

- Named recipient of the 2006 John R. Wooden Award, co-recipient (with USA teammate Adam Morrison) of the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) and United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) Player of the Year awards, also claimed The Associated Press' and The Sporting News Player of the Year award, as well as the Naismith, Rupp, Robertson, NABC and Senior CLASS awards.

- Became one of just a handful of players to win back-to-back National Player of the Year awards.

- Selected as a repeat and unanimous choice to the Associated Press All-America Team, a
unanimous 2005 All-America first team selection, named 2004 All-America third team, 2003 Freshman All-America Second Team.

- Named Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Player of the Year and MVP of the ACC Tournament for 2005 and 2006.

- Named 2005 and 2006 All-ACC first team, 2004 All-ACC second team and 2003 All-ACC third team, named 2003 ACC All-Rookie Team and was runner-up for ACC Rookie of the Year award.

- His 91.9 percent free throw shooting as a freshman set ACC and Duke single season records, his scoring average of 15.0 ppg. is the fourth-highest by a freshman in program history and he also established a Duke record for most consecutive free throws made with 43.

- Averaged a team-high 21.8 ppg. and passed off for a Duke second best 2.6 apg. in  2004-05 and led the Blue Devils to a 27-6 record, an 11-5 record in ACC games, ACC Tournament crown and the 2005 NCAA Sweet Sixteen.

- Finished the 2004-05 season ranked ninth among NCAA Division I leaders for points (21.8 ppg.), second for free throw percentage (.938), fifth for 3-point field goals made per game (3.7) and 39th for 3-point field goal percentage (.403).

- In single games only, tied the 2004-05 NCAA Division I season output for 3-point field goals made with eight versus Florida State (1/22/05), tied for 18th for the best 3-point field goal percentage after shooting 8-of-11 (.727) in that same game and tied for first for free throw percentage after shooting a perfect 14-of-14 from the stripe versus Princeton (1/5/05).

- Helped Duke as a sophomore in 2003-04 to a 31-6 record, a 13-3 slate in ACC play and the 2004 NCAA Final Four. Started 35 of 37 games and averaged a team-best 15.9 ppg. overall and 16.0 ppg. in NCAA games.

- Ranked second overall among 2003-04 NCAA leaders in free throw percentage (.953).

- Helped Duke in 2002-03 to a 26-7 overall record, an 11-5 mark in ACC play, the ACC Tournament title, and the 2003 NCAA Sweet Sixteen; started 30 of 33 games, averaged a team second-best 15.0 ppg., 2.5 rpg., 2.0 apg., 1.2 spg.; while shooting 41.3 percent from the field, 39.9 percent from 3-point, and 91.9 percent from the foul stripe.

- Ranked in 2002-03 NCAA statistics fifth in free throw percentage; and in ACC stats listed tied for ninth in scoring, third in 3-pointers made  per game (2.88 per game), first in free throw shooting and sixth in 3-point shooting percentage.

- Ranked in 2002-03 NCAA statistics fifth in free throw percentage; and in ACC stats listed tied for ninth in scoring, third in 3-pointers made per game (2.88 per game), first in free throw shooting and sixth in 3-point shooting percentage.

HIGH SCHOOL NOTES

- Led Cave Spring High School (Va.) to the 2002 AAA state championship, averaged 28.3 ppg., 5.0 rpg. and 4.0 apg.

- Finished his prep career as Virginia's all-time AAA leading scorer with 2,215 career points and shot better than 44.0 percent from 3-point arc during his career.

- Was named the 2002 A.P. Virginia Player of the Year; a three-time Gatorade Virginia Player of the Year; 2002 Virginia Mr. Basketball winner; McDonald's All-America; Parade Magazine All-America second team and USA Today All-USA second team.

- Was named the Most Valuable Player after scoring 26 points on 10-of-15 shooting (5-6 3pt FGs) at the 2002 McDonald's All-America Game and   also won the McDonald's 3-point shooting competition.

- Played on two AAU teams (Hampton's Boo Williams All-Stars) that won national championships.

PERSONAL NOTES

-Born Jonathan Clay Redick in Cookeville, Tennessee. His father's background as a stoneware potter led to his middle name of 'Clay.'

-Son of Ken and Jeanie Redick, his father played basketball two seasons at Ohio Wesleyan College.

-His older twin sisters, Alyssa and Catie, both played college basketball four years at Campbell University (N.C.).

-Also has a younger sister, Abby, and younger brother, David, who plays basketball at Cave Spring H.S. (Va.).

 

USA Basketball Statistics
YEAR
G/S
FGM-FGA
PCT
3PM-3PA
PCT
FTM-FTA
PCT
REB/AVG
PTS/AVG
AST
BLK
STL
2007 SNT
1/0
1- 4
.250
0- 3
.000
0- 0
.---
0/ 0.0
2/ 2.0
1.0
0.0
1.0
2005 U21WC
8/2
24- 61
.393
17- 38
.447
21- 23
.913
12/ 1.5
86/10.8
1.6
 
1.1
2005 GG

4/2

17- 32

.531

15- 26

.577

6- 6

1.000

4/ 1.0

55/13.8

1.8

 

0.5

2003 JWC

2/0

0- 3

.000

0- 2

.000

1- 2

.500

0/ 0.0

1/ 0.5

0.0

 

0.0

2001 YDFE

5/5

23- 46

.500

11- 24

.458

4- 7

.571

6/ 1.2

61/12.2

1.6

 

0.4

2000 YDFE

5/5

33-  64

.516

21- 42

.500

12- 12

1.000

24/ 4.8

99/19.8

1.6

 

0.6

Totals
27/14
101- 219
.461
66- 142
.465
44-  50
.880
49/ 1.8
312/11.6
1.5
 
0.7

2007 SNT-- 2007 State Farm USA Basketball Challenge USA White Team (the USA Blue Team defeated USA White Team 105-104).
2005 U21WC -- 2005 USA Basketball Men's U21 World Championship Team, Mar del Plata, Argentina (the USA finished 7-1 and in fifth place).
2005 GG -- 2005 USA Basketball Men's U21 World Championship Team, Global Games, Frisco, Texas (the USA compiled a 4-0 record to win the gold medal).
2003 JWC -- 2003 USA Basketball Men's Junior World Championship Team, Thessaloniki, Greece (the USA finished 7-1 and in fifth place).
2003 GG -- 2003 USA Basketball Men's Junior World Championship Team, Global Games, Dallas, Texas (the USA compiled a 5-0 record to win the gold medal).
2001 YDFE -- 2001 USA Basketball Men's Youth Development Festival, Colorado Springs, Colorado (The YDF East Team finished 3-2 and won the silver medal).
2000 YDFE -- 2000 USA Basketball Men's Youth Development Festival, Colorado Springs, Colorado (The YDF East Team finished 1-4 and in fourth place).

 
 
NBA Statistics
YEAR
G/S
FGM-FGA
PCT
3PM-3PA
PCT
FTM-FTA
PCT
REB/AVG
PTS/AVG
AST
BLK
STL
2007-08

34/0

48-108

.444

17- 43

.395

27- 34

.794

23/ 0.7

140/ 4.1

16

0

4

2006-07
42/0
80-195
.410
38- 98
.388
54- 60
.900
52/ 1.2
252/ 6.0

36

0

12

Totals

76/0

128-303

.422

55-141

.390

81- 94

.862

75/ 1.0

392/ 5.2

52

0

16

 
 
College Statistics (Duke University)

YEAR

G/S

FGM-FGA

PCT

3PM-3PA

PCT

FTM-FTA

PCT

REB/AVG

PTS/AVG

AST

BLK

STL

2005-06
36/36
302- 643
.470
139- 330
.421
221- 256
.863
71/ 2.0
964/26.8
2.6
 
1.4
2004-05
33/33
202- 495
.408
121- 300
.403
196- 209
.938
108/ 3.3
721/21.8
2.6
 
1.0
2003-04
37/35
172- 407
.423
102- 258
.395
143- 150
.953
115/ 3.1
589/15.9
1.6
 
0.7
2002-03
33/30
149- 361
.413
95- 238
.399
102- 111
.919
81/ 2.5
495/15.0
2.0
 
1.2

Totals

139/134

825- 1906

.433

457-1126

.406

662- 726

.912

375/ 2.7

2769/19.9

2.2

 

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