3. Brooklyn Nets
Following a recent trade with the Atlanta Hawks, the Nets now have an incredibly low $33.9 million worth of contracts on the books for the 2019-20 season. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that they have been heavily mentioned as it pertains to landing at least one of the several big-name free agents available this summer.
With names such as Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and Jimmy Butler already linked to the team, there’s every reason for the Nets to be optimistic entering the offseason. In the event that they land just one of their most desired targets, the Nets are still bound to have tons of cap room to bring in other players.
Considering the Nets ranked fifth in the league in 3-point attempts, Redick’s proficiency in this department ultimately means this could be a fit that makes sense for both parties. While their incumbent starting shooting guard Joe Harris led the league last season in 3-point shooting, the addition of Redick to reinforce their second unit should be a no-brainer on the surface.
Furthermore, the fact that he lives in Brooklyn should do the Nets’ efforts to lure Redick no harm at all, should that be the direction the franchise decides to follow this summer.