Richard Jefferson reacts to JJ Redick’s trade complaints: I love JJ, but ‘no one cares’ | The Jump

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Rachel Nichols, Richard Jefferson and Robert Horry head to “Crunch Time” to discuss the Sacramento Kings, JJ Redick’s complaints about the New Orleans Pelicans, and LaMarcus Aldridge joining the Brooklyn Nets.

0:00 On the Sacramento Kings being one game out of the play-in places.

1:06 Reacting to JJ Redick’s comments about how the New Orleans Pelicans handled his trade situation.

3:36 On LaMarcus Aldridge joining the Brooklyn Nets.

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