Los Angeles Clippers guard J.J. Redick told Bleacher Report Radio that he would give his team an “F” in free agency.

By SI Wire
July 07, 2015

Los Angeles Clippers guard J.J. Redick told Bleacher Report Radio that he would give his team an “F” in free agency, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Redick even went as far as asking if there's “an F-minus” grade.

He cited the loss of center DeAndre Jordan, who recently agreed to sign a four-year, $80 million deal with the Dallas Mavericks, as the Clippers' biggest loss of the off-season.

“Listen, we had one priority this summer and that was to re-sign D.J. and we missed out on that,” Redick said, “so barring some miracle, [the] makeup of our team is completely different now.”

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​​Jordan is a perfect fit for the Mavericks, SI.com's Chris Mannix said Monday on SI Now. Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said last week that the team views the center as ‘‘Shaq-like’.’

According to the Times, Redick's comments came before Los Angeles reportedly agreed to a minimum salary deal with free-agent small forward Wesley Johnson on Tuesday. 

Last week, veteran forward Paul Pierce reportedly agreed to a three-year contract with the Clippers. 

The Clippers finished 56-26 last season, losing to the Houston Rockets in the Western Conference semifinals

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