Redick (heel) poured in 15 points (7-12 FG, 1-2 3Pt), and added a rebound and an assist over 26 minutes in Friday's 106-103 series-ending Game 6 loss to the Trail Blazers. The veteran sharpshooter did what he could to help the offensive cause in the absence of Chris Paul (hand) and Blake Griffin (thigh), but still provided a moedest contribution overall. Redick was unable to eclipse the 20-point mark in any of the six games of the series, and actually mustered single-digit totals in two of those contests. The 10-year veteran posted an average of 13.5 points over the series' six games that was considerably lower than his 16.3 regular-season figure in that category, and never really found his stroke from long range.
Redick scored just eight points (3-13 FG, 2-8 3Pt) and collected two rebounds and one assist over 26 minutes in Monday's Game 4 loss to the Trail Blazers. Redick (heel) played roughly his normal minute load, although he struggled with his shot the entire night. It's hard to say if his poor shooting performance was a direct result of the injury, but he's shooting just 21.7 percent from the field in his last two games. With the Clippers all of sudden down their two best players, he'll need to pick up his production if the team hopes to advance to the next round.
Redick admitted Monday that he's still dealing with discomfort in his left heel, and he expects it to persist throughout the playoffs, Arash Markazi of ESPN reports. While Redick will continue to play through the pain, he's not expecting to be at 100 percent until he has a chance to rehab the injury during the offseason. Unless his condition worsens, he's not likely to see his minutes impacted, though if that does end up being the case, both Austin Rivers and Jamal Crawford would be in line for larger roles.
Redick recorded 17 points (7-15 FG, 3-8 3Pt) and a rebound over 28 minutes in Wednesday's 102-81 Game 2 victory over the Trail Blazers. The veteran sharpshooter turned in his second straight 17-point effort, and provided his typically scoring-dependent stat line. With the Clippers' offensive attack fully healthy, Wednesday's contributions are a good representation of what can be expected from Redick, who has less on his shoulders with the return of Blake Griffin. He's been encouragingly efficient with the shots he has taken over the series' first two games, compiling a 55 percent success rate (15-for-27) from the field over that span.
Redick (heel) recorded 17 points (8-12 FG, 1-3 3Pt) and three rebounds across 27 minutes during the Clippers' 115-95 win against the Trail Blazers on Sunday. Redick sat out the Clippers' regular season finale with a heel bruise, but he was deemed healthy enough to return for Game 1 of the playoffs. Redick shot just over 54 percent during the final month of regular season games, and he is in a nice groove offensively. With that being said, he typically doesn't provide much else besides scoring and three-pointers apart from an occasional rebound or assist.
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