The Milwaukee Bucks are the latest team to show interest in trading for Magic sharpshooter J.J. Redick before the February 21 trade deadline, ESPN.com's Marc Stein tweets. Orlando is reportedly asking for a package of expiring contracts and a future first-round pick.
Stein tweets that the Bucks have the assets to offer, but would like to gauge Redick's interest in re-signing beyond this season before making an offer. The deal would likely include Beno Udrih's expiring contract, a pick, and a young talent such as Tobias Harris.
Redick has said he would like to stay in Orlando if the Magic do not trade him before the deadine, Stein tweets. This is why the Bucks would like to evaluate their chances of keeping him long-term.