J.J. Redick, at age 34, in his 13th season, is averaging a career-high in points after averaging a career-high in points the previous year. If there’s anything we can learn from this, it’s that letting chicks piss on you grants functional immortality (actually just looked it up turned out HE is the one who likes to do the pissing, ON chicks, my bad).
Watersports aside, it’s fun to see a player basically be on an upward trajectory their entire career (Milwaukee disaster aside). The end of the road is probably in sight, because 34 is already old and the list of really effective players older than that isn’t that high, but as a pure shooter he should be able to forestall total irrelevancy for a long time.
The 76ers use him well: run him off screens for the entire game, and he’ll get open some of the time because lots of defenders don’t like navigating screens very much. And I wouldn’t be surprised if he has a mandate from higher up to shoot it every time Ben Simmons passes him the ball.