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JJ Redick wants to end career with Sixers

JJ Redick is hoping to spend the rest of his NBA days trusting the process.

In an interview with Jessica Camerato of CSN Philly over the weekend, the new Philadelphia 76ers guard said he wants to finish his career with the team.

“My hope is this is a long-term thing and that I’m here three or four years and can finish my career as a Sixer,” said Redick. “I really believe this is a team that over the next three or four years will become the best team in the East. I hope I’m sort of part of that rise just beyond this year because I think we can be a playoff team and I think in the next two or three years we can contend for conference championships and hopefully at some point NBA championships.”

While the 33-year-old Redick only signed a short-term deal with the Sixers (one-year, $23 million), he joins a roster that is indeed on the rise in a weak Eastern Conference and one that badly needs his three-point shooting and veteran leadership. Redick will be entering his 12th NBA season in 2017-18, and what better way to ride out his career than by soaring with the FEDS.

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