Redd celebrates a basket while Antoine Walker looks on
Redd’s name ranks among the all-time Bucks career leaders in the following categories: points (4th – 11,554); scoring average (5th – 20.0 ppg); games (7th, 578); minutes (5th, 19,334); field goals made (7th, 4,063); field goals attempted (4th, 9,045); three-point field goals made (2nd, 1,003); three-point field goals attempted (1st, 2,619); three-point field goal percentage (8th, .383); free throws made (2nd, 2,425); free throws attempted (3rd, 2,887); and free throw percentage (10th, .840).
Redd gets announced during the 2004 All-Star Game
Redd poses for his All-Star portrait
Redd celebrates with teammate Desmond Mason
Redd and teammate Mo Williams listen to coach Terry Porter
Redd shoots over Allen Iverson. Redd play 11 seasons in Milwaukee, where he averaged 20.0 points, 4.0 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game.
Michael Redd heats up and teammates give him some love on his historic night.
On Nov. 11, 2006, Redd set the Bucks franchise individual game scoring record with a 57-point output vs. Utah at the Bradley Center, breaking the mark of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (55 points) that stood since Dec. 10, 1971.
Michael Redd does a radio interview after a Bucks win
Redd signs a young man's jersey
Redd gets out of the hot tub at the Bucks training facility
Michael Redd at the House of Peace where he gave away Thanksgiving meals. Redd was extremely active in the Milwaukee community throughout his career.
Redd played 11 seasons with the Bucks playing against some of the best in the league. Here he guards Kobe Bryant.
Redd gets to the rim against the Lakers
Redd gets mobbed by teammates after a game winning shot against the Cleveland Cavaliers
Michael Redd gets interviewed in China when the Bucks traveled for a preseason game against the Warriors.
Redd teaches kids the basics of shooting. Who better to learn from?