The Milwaukee Bucks made a trade deadline deal that will reshape their roster, but the name most mentioned in pre-deadline rumors was not involved.

The Bucks have acquired shooting guard J.J. Redick, power forward Gustavo Ayon and point guard Ish Smith from Orlando in exchange for small forward Tobias Harris, shooting guard Doron Lamb and point guard Beno Udrih.

Though the acquisition of the 28-year-old Redick – by far the best player in the deal -- improves Milwaukee's current team, his arrival will add to the uncertain future the franchise faces. Redick will be a free agent after the season, joining top scorers Brandon Jennings and Monta Ellis as members of the backcourt who all have the potential to leave the Bucks after the season.

But needing a shooter, the Bucks get a pure one in Redick. Averaging 15.1 points and 4.4 assists for Orlando this season, Redick is shooting 45.0 percent from the field and 39.0 percent from beyond the arc. He has made an average of 2.3 3-pointers per game.

The bright side for the Bucks – who had been linked to star Hawks forward Josh Smith until the final minutes before the deadline – is they didn't have to surrender much for Redick. Udrih has an expiring contract of $7.8 million and has been a valuable piece as the backup point guard, but he hasn't played well of late as his minutes have declined.

Harris is the unknown, the only piece the Bucks could regret giving up in the future. Picked 19th overall in the 2011 draft by Charlotte and immediately traded to Milwaukee, he has shown potential to be a scorer in the NBA but has been a liability on the glass and on defense.

A classic case of coming out of school too soon, Harris is just 20 and could blossom into a regular starter, but he would have to improve greatly in order to do so. Harris began the season as Milwaukee's starting small forward but quickly fell out of the rotation and has played just 41 minutes since Jan. 1.