According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, Redick and the 76ers have come to terms on a one-year deal that will pay him $23 million, a sum the 76ers can afford to dole out with the bulk of their roster still on salary-cap friendly rookie deals. The news was initially broken by Redick, who tweeted out a phrase that has become a rallying cry for the franchise.
Redick averaged 15 points per game on an impressive 43 percent shooting from three-point range.
While the Clippers have made the playoffs every year with Redick, they have not advanced past the second round.
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Last season, the Philadelphia 76ers starting backcourt consisted of T.J. McConnell and Gerald Henderson.
Redick was linked most heavily to either Philadelphia or Brooklyn, where he has a home, although Houston and Minnesota reportedly entered the fray after adding superstars via trade, Paul for the Rockets and Jimmy Butler for Timberwolves.
He averaged a career-high 18.1 points and 3.7 assists this past season and also grabbed 7.7 rebounds.
He could have signed a contract for as many as four years, but opted to take more money up front and re-enter the free agent pool again in 2018.