Redd’s first step will be to work out with team trainers to determine a timetable on when he can return to practice. It’s not clear when he might be ready to appear in a game.
He’s Milwaukee’s priciest asset, making $18.3 million in the final year of a $91 million, six-year contract he signed in 2005. Redd has averaged 20.2 points in his 10-year career and was a member of Team USA in the 2008 Olympics, but has appeared in just 51 NBA games since.
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