Redick scored 14 points (4-13 FG, 3-8 3PT, 3-4 FT) to go with three rebounds and two assists in 31 minutes during Thursday's 116-115 win against Chicago. While it was not his most efficient shooting night, Redick still managed to tally 14 points Thursday. The guard's 3-of-8 performance from three was a step up from where he left off before the break, shooting 2-of-12 against Miami on February 14. Still, Philadelphia will need consistent production from its three-point shooters as it makes a run at the playoffs. Shooting 40.3 percent on the season from beyond the arc, Redick will prove vital to Philadelphia's long range game down the stretch.
Redick generated 17 points (6-12 FG, 5-10 3Pt), three assists, one rebound and one block across 29 minutes in Saturday's 112-98 win over the Clippers. Redick enjoyed a strong night against his old squad, with his scoring total equaling T.J. McConnell's for second on the team for the night. The veteran sharpshooter has scored between 13 and 20 points in five of the six games he's played since returning from a leg injury, and he's been particularly hot over the last three. Redick has shot between 50.0 and 66.7 percent in those contests, including a blistering 57.1 percent (12-for-21) from distance during that stretch.
Redick recorded 18 points (6-9 FG, 4-5 3Pt, 2-2 FT), six assists and a rebound in 33 minutes during Tuesday's 115-102 win over the Wizards. Redick seems to be back to a full complement of minutes after returning from a leg injury last Wednesday. No one stepped up to usurp Redick's hold on the starting off-guard position, so the veteran looks like he'll be a key component in Philly's offense as they strive to stay relevant in the East. The 33-year old is enjoying a 17-point-per-game average, and at this point in the season, it's his best average in his 12-year career.
Redick (leg) scored 20 points (4-10 FT, 3-4 3Pt, 9-10 FT) to go along with two rebounds and one steal across 26 minutes during Wednesday's 116-108 loss to the Nets. Redick returned from a seven-game injury absence, and while he shot just 40 percent from the field, his efficacy from beyond the arc and at the foul line allowed him to eclipse his season average in scoring. He didn't play a full complement of minutes, but the veteran still made the most of the time he did receive. Reddick could be eased back into action, but this performance indicates that he should be back up to speed sooner rather than later.
Redick (leg) will start during Wednesday's contest against the Nets, Jessica Camerato of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. Redick has missed the past seven games while recovering from bone edema and a small cortical crack in the fibular head of his left leg, which has prompted the likes of Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot and Justin Anderson to see extended run, especially with Jerryd Bayless (wrist) missing time as well. Though he'll be in the starting five, there's a possibility the team eases him back into action, possibly limiting his minutes in the first game back.
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