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Posts Tagged ‘Columbus West High School.’

Phoenix Suns give Redd first start in two years; leads to win over Charlotte

 

Michael Redd (file photo)

Columbus West High School grad and former Ohio State star Michael Redd scored 17 points in his first start in more than two years, leading the Phoenix Suns over the slumping Charlotte Bobcats, 95-89 over the weekend.

The Bobcats have lost 11 games in a row and 11 straight on the road and has not won a game since January 14 against the Golden State Warriors.

Prior to the Charlotte game, Redd had not started a game since January 20,2010, against the Los Angeles Lakers when he was a member of the Milwaukee Bucks, and had only played just 28 games over the previous two years due to injuries in his left knee.

Starting in place of Jared Dudley who was out with a thigh bruise, Redd made 6 of 12 field goals, 4 of 7 from three-pointers. He has appeared in 10 games with the Suns since signing a one-year contract on December 29.

 

Info compiled from NBA, Phoenix Suns, Radio & TV news

Redd getting closer to return to Milwaukee Bucks

Michael Redd, who has played in just 51 games the past three NBA seasons, is expected to return to the Milwaukee Bucks on Monday after rehabilitation from a severe knee injury.

The Columbus West High School product and former Ohio State star, last played for the Bucks 13 months ago when he suffered torn anterior cruciate and medial collateral ligaments in his left knee in Los Angeles.

Michael Redd (file photo)

Redd has been in rehab in Columbus rather than be with the Bucks this season.

There is no turntable for his return to practice and game conditions.

Redd has the highest contract on the Milwaukee roster, with a salary of $18.3 million in the final year of a six-year, $91 million deal which was signed back in 2005.

He is averaging 20.2 points a game in his 10-year career.

A devout Christian, Redd bought his dad a church building as the first purchase after signing his first NBA contract. The church’s name is Philadelphia Deliverance Church of Christ in Columbus.

compiled from staff & Milwaukee Bucks news