As the 2013 Sixth-Man of the Year winner, the 27-year-old Smith can net a four-year deal starting at $5 million per season.
Despite showing flashes of brilliance throughout the 2012-2013 campaign, the 6-foot-6, 220 pound Smith is an erratic gunslinger on the court and a liability off of it.
Connecting on a hideous 28.9 percent of his attempts in the playoffs against Indiana, Smith helped the Pacers eliminate the Knicks in six games this past May.
Ready to soon vacate Milwaukee as an unrestricted free agent, the 28-year-old Redick would be a far more dependable offensive weapon for the Knicks.
The 6-foot-4, 190 pound Redick is a legitimate sharpshooter who Anthony could aptly use when double-teamed.
More frequently than not, Smith and Melo looked clumsy working together.
In stark contrast, Redick and Anthony would ideally complement each other and develop into a solid tandem.
Meanwhile, J. J. Redick won’t be offered employment at The World’s Most Famous Arena.by