JJ Redick said he would love to play for his former head coach in the Philadelphia 76ers, Brett Brown.
Redick praised Brown and stated the experienced coach is not the one to blame for the Sixers’ problems this season.
“I would love to play for Brett again. It’s always easy to blame certain people. I don’t think Brett is the problem, if there (even) is a problem.
He is incredibly thorough, incredibly detailed. The thing that I always appreciated, maybe the most, about Brett is how thoughtful he is. There is a purpose to team meetings. There is a purpose to film sessions. There’s a purpose to practice.
There’s a purpose to walk-through. There’s a purpose to your daily schedule. Everything is so thought-out and meticulous. It’s, I think, one of the main reasons that he’s who he is as a coach and has gotten to this level,” Redick said on the “Sixers Beat”, via Derek Bodner and Rich Hofmann of The Athletic.