Michael Redd returns to the hardwoodPosted by Inside Hoops
Remember Milwaukee Bucks shooting guard Michael Redd? He’s fallen off the map recently but looks to remind everyone that he still exists.
The team has not accomplished much recently and in 2009-10 could take another step backward — unless Redd is his old shooting star self again.
Charles F. Gardner of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports:
Michael Redd stepped back on the Bradley Center floor Saturday for the first time since Jan. 24, when he crumpled to the court after tearing ligaments in his left knee.
The occasion was only an intrasquad scrimmage for the Milwaukee Bucks, not a real game.
But it still was a huge step for Redd, who scored 18 points while showing little rust as the Bucks players performed for an enthusiastic crowd of 5,864.
“I was a little nervous, to be honest with you,” Redd said. “I felt comfortable and just played. I’m a little sore right now, which is natural, but I felt good playing again.”
Aside from watching rookie point guard Brandon Jennings, it’s worth keeping an eye on Redd to see if he looks up to carrying a team.