ORLANDO -- Few topics among NBA executives and scouts bring about more debate than J.J. Redick.
When he entered the league last year, opinion seemed to run about 50/50 on whether the former college player of the year would find NBA success. After a nondescript season slowed by injury and full of DNP-CDs, league opinion entering this year's Orlando summer league seemed to be more like 20/80 -- about one out of five believed he would eventually become a legitimate player.
Three games into summer league, Redick's doing everything he can to get that other 80 percent on his side.
Here's a breakdown of how he's performed: