J.J. Redick has agreed to sign a one-year deal with the Philadelphia 76ers.
Redick himself seemed to confirm the news, tweeting out "trust the process".
Ahead of free agency, the Sixers reportedly made it known that the organization would prefer one-year deals over long-term contracts, providing additional long-term flexibility as the build around Fultz, Simmons, Embiid and Saric continues. The Timberwolves and Nets were also pursuing Redick, per the report.
Redick recently relocated his home to the East Coast after spending the past four seasons with the Los Angeles Clippers, averaging 15.8 points and shooting 44.0 percent from 3-point range. Redick also said Philly is where he wants to be.
Redick was drafted in 2006 at No. 11 overall out of Duke by the Orlando Magic.
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.
Redick, 33, was ranked No. 25 on the list of top available free agents this offseason compiled by ESPN's Kevin Pelton.