Photos: From J.J. Redick's long basketball career in the Roanoke Valley and well beyond The Roanoke Times Sep 21, 2021 Sep 21, 2021 0 J.J. Redick made 240 3-pointers with Philadelphia in the 2018-19 season. It was the fourth time he made at least 200 3-pointers in an NBA season. AP/file 2019 J.J. Redick ranks 15th in NBA history with 1,950 career 3-pointers. Associated Press, File 2016 Dallas Mavericks guard J.J. Redick handles the ball during a game in May. Dallas was the sixth and final team that Redick played for during his 15 NBA seasons. AP/file May Milwaukee Bucks guard J.J. Redick gestures during a 2013 game. Redick helped Milwaukee make the 2013 NBA playoffs. He made the playoffs in each of his first 13 NBA seasons. AP/file 2013 Orlando Magic guard J.J. Redick (7) goes up for a shot in a 2010 game. Redick was drafted by Orlando in the first round in 2006. AP/file 2010 Los Angeles Clippers guard J.J. Redick celebrates after sinking a 3-point shot in a March 2016 game. Redick made 200 3-pointers in the 2015-16 regular season. AP/file 2016 Philadelphia 76ers guard J.J. Redick celebrates as time runs out in a December 2017 win over Denver. Redick played for Philadelphia for two seasons. AP/file 2017 Duke's J.J. Redick (4) is grabbed by teammate Sean Dockery (15) after the No. 1 Blue Devils defeated host North Carolina in overtime on Feb. 5, 2004. Redick was a two-time national player of the year at Duke. Associated Press, File 2004 Cave Spring's J.J. Redick is hoisted onto teammates' shoulders as fans and players cheer following Cave Spring's win over George Wythe-Richmond in the Group AAA finals in 2002. The Roanoke Times, File 2002 Former Cave Spring and Duke star J.J. Redick played for six NBA teams in his 15 NBA seasons. He scored more than 12,000 career points. Associated Press, File 2019 J.J. Redick, shown playing for New Orleans in the 2019-20 season, has retired from the NBA after lasting in the NBA for 15 seasons. Associated Press, File 2020 J.J. Redick (left) scores two of his 31 points in the Clippers’ 124-99 win over James Harden (right) and Houston on Friday. WALLY SKALIJ | Los Angeles Times J.J. Redick Reed Saxon STF File 2002 Former Cave Spring standout J.J. Redick has been part of a winning team wherever he has played, which was important to the Magic. The Roanoke Times 0 comments Related to this collection +5 High School Former Cave Spring star J.J. Redick retires from the NBA Sep 21, 2021 "It's a little bit of a bittersweet day," Redick said in his video announcement.