Milwaukee Bucks: New Year, Same Old Michael Redd

Posted: 2nd November 2009 by Jesse Motiff in NBA
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For several years Michael Redd has been a good shooting guard that has played little defense. Over that same period of time, fans of the Milwaukee Bucks have been waiting for Redd to become a complete player. Since becoming a full-time starter in 2003, Redd has averaged at least 21 points per game every season and shot consistently between 44 and 46 percent from the field. The highlight of Redd's career came in 2008 when he was a member of the Gold Medal winning US squad. Although he was overshadowed by most of his teammates, many thought spending so much time with players like Kobe Bryant and LeBron James would make him a more complete player. In turn, he would become a better leader and more fierce competitor on the floor. Redd has never been able to take that next step to an elite-level ...

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