Jj redick dating
Later on, he attended Duke college where he further played several games for basketball.
The talented player was selected with the 11 pick in the NBA draft by the Orlando Magic.
Newly acquired Los Angeles Clippers shooting guard J. Redick reportedly entered into an "abortion contract" with his now ex-girlfriend, Vanessa Lopez, in which he offered to maintain a dating relationship with her for a year or pay her ,000 in exchange for the abortion of a pregnancy she claimed was his.
The 2007 agreement, which was published in a report on mediatakeout.com, highlighted that the former couple had ended a previous relationship they shared when Lopez, an alleged mistress of retired NBA star Shaquille O'Neal, claimed she was pregnant and Redick was the father.
With Internet reports swirling about a 2007 document he and ex-girlfriend Vanessa Lopez signed in which she said she had decided to have an abortion, J. Redick on Wednesday night broke his silence, saying Lopez had never been pregnant with a child fathered by him.
In four posts on Twitter, Redick wrote:“I'd like to respond to the outrageous, false and malicious media reports regarding a prior relationship between myself and V Lopez in 2007-“Ms Lopez was not and has never been pregnant with a child fathered by me.“And Ms.
The unrestricted free agent agreed to a four-year million contract.
He end the last NBA season with the Bucks after he was acquired in a trade deadline deal in February with the Orlando Magic.
He set a record for the most consecutive free throws made in the ACC with 54.S., but it’s not funny.”A younger Reddick, especially the cocky sharpshooter many loved to hate at Duke from 2002 to 2006, would not have held, let alone voiced, such strong political opinions.But Redick is 32 now, in his 11 NBA season, and he and his wife, Chelsea, have two sons, 2½-year-old Knox and 5-month-old Kai.He competed against Trevor Ariza and Keith Bogans for the starting shooting guard spot during 2007-08.For his lack of defense during the pre-season, he was pulled from playing more than once.