Could you imagine? I mean just imagine the story itself. A team that is just in so much dismantle and sloppy mess. A former All Star who's been plagued with injuries and surgeries, makes it seem that his best days are far behind him. Michael Redd is close to signing with the Phoenix Suns, and right now couldn't be the most perfect time. For those who aren't familiar with Redd's playing skills, more than likely that's because ever since his best days Michael Redd was still under the radar. I never understood why Redd never got the media attention he so well deserves. He was drafted in the 2000 Draft in the late second round and ended up as the biggest steal in the 2000 draft. He averaged over 20 points for six straight seasons before being hit with injuries, he only played 61 games past three seasons. Then when Bogut and Jennings came to town,Redd was on his way out because Milwaukee didn't want to gamble on his liability. Then there's the Suns who can't score for Shit. sorry for my vulgar language but its the truth. The Suns have had luck with reviving former All Stars, Shaquille O'neal, Grant Hill, Antonio McDyess, (except for Vince Carter because he has a rare disease called IDGAF Syndrome). Even Amare Stoudemire had his surgery he was able to return to his Powerhouse ways. That's because the Suns Medical Staff, specifically Aaron Nelson, helped get those guys back into their Prime shape and more importantly stay healthy. If Aaron Nelson can work his magic on Michael Redd, then my friends we have a reason to get excited. All the ESPN Articles will be running from John Hollinger to Michael Wilbon talking about this All Star who made a Terrific Comeback from a scary knee injury. Something tells me we will be seeing REDD!
Do You Believe Michael Redd can make a comeback to All Star Status or at least make an impact on the team?
Yes, I believe in Redd (79 votes)
No, He's just another VC (35 votes)
114 total votes