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|Redick's Draft Status|
The NBA draft is scheduled June 28 in New York City. How the arrest will affect Redick's draft status is unclear.
"I think that these things hurt anybody's draft status," an Eastern Conference GM, who wanted to remain anonymous, told ESPN.com's Andy Katz. "They do in my eyes. I take these things seriously. That's too bad."
Redick had previously pulled out of scheduled workouts with Orlando and Boston this week. Previously, he had worked out for Golden State, Utah, Houston and Seattle.
Redick's agent, Arn Tellem, told ESPN.com that Redick had rescheduled the workouts with Orlando and Boston for next week, however.
Among the teams reportedly interested in Redick is Houston, which has the No. 8 pick.
Tellem doesn't believe this incident will affect Redick's draft status.
"Absolutely not," Tellem said. "Everyone knows his character and his body of work during his four years where he's been a great player and person at Duke. He has handled himself well on and off the court."
Tellem added that he is confident that Redick will be drafted between No. 7 and No. 14.