2014 Outlook: J.J. Redick

Peter Madden, Fantasy Managing Editor

Missing large stretches throughout the year basically put J.J. Redick's Fantasy value nonexistent for the majority of the season. Even through the first 17 games, before Redick missed more than a month with a hand injury, he was little more than a scorer, averaging 15.8 points on 1.9 made threes per game. His talent suggests that he's more valuable than what his numbers in only 35 games last season would indicate, so he could be a bit of a sleeper this season. He's worth drafting in mid-to-late rounds of Rotisserie leagues as a three-point and free throw specialist, but his value in points leagues will rely on how many stray assists he can rack up between firing threes. He's an underrated ball handler who could see his role expanded in Darren Collison's absence, but Blake Griffin, Chris Paul and Jamal Crawford will still dominate the ball. His untapped versatility on a shallow roster could make for a nice late-round pick in points leagues.