2018 Outlook: Redick was brought to Philadelphia to add some veteran leadership and stability, something he should have no problem doing. Maintaining his fantasy value, however, is another question. If Ben Simmons is as good as we all think he is, Redick's quality of shot should be just fine, but the 76ers are likely to tailor their offense around their rising stars, with Redick left to make do with the remaining usage. He should continue to stroke that pretty jumper of his at an efficient rate, but he profiles as much more of a specialist who is likely to see a decline in volume. You know what Redick is at this point in his career, but expecting his numbers to carry over from Los Angeles is a mistake.
2018 Outlook: Belinelli will open the 2017-18 season with his eighth different team, but his production has remained reasonably stable throughout his career. The Hawks lost three of their top four scorers from a season ago, thus opening the door for Belinelli to average a career high in points this season. There are a lot of rebounds up for grabs with the departures of Dwight Howard and Paul Millsap, so don't be surprised if Belinelli flirts with a career high there, too. He should be viewed as a high-floor/ low-ceiling option in 2017-18 with a skill set that has value in the later rounds if you rolled the dice early on.