Redick had 16 points (5-7 FG, 4-6 3Pt, 2-2 FT), two rebounds, two assists and one steal in 20 minutes during Wednesday's 126-124 loss to Portland.
The 36-year-old entered Wednesday's contest averaging 7.8 points, but he tied a season high with four made three-pointers to lead the bench in scoring. It's only the second time in the past seven games Redick has scored in double figures, and he doesn't offer much fantasy value.
Redick has not played in either of the Pelicans' last two games.
The veteran appears to be on the outside looking in for the time being, which isn't completely surprising considering rumors surfaced last week suggesting the Pelicans could look to trade Redick. He's been mired in a season-long slump (29.8 percent 3PT), but the 36-year-old shot 45.3 percent from three a year ago, so there's reason to believe a change of scenery could lead to better results.
Redick finished with 14 points (3-5 FG, 3-5 3Pt, 5-5 FT), and three assists in 18 minutes of a 128-123 win against the Kings on Sunday.
Redick once again took the majority of his shots from deep, but knocked down enough of them to turn in his fourth consecutive game with double-digit scoring. The veteran guard's minutes have fluctuated over this scoring streak, but the output is a solidifying force for the Pelican's second unit. He'll face the Jazz on Tuesday.
Redick registered 12 points (4-11 FG, 2-7 3Pt, 2-2 FT), five rebounds, three assists and a steal across 28 minutes off the bench in Wednesday's 111-106 loss against the Clippers.
Aside from drilling a four-point play late in the fourth quarter, Redick's impact was limited across the board, and he even struggled with his shot from beyond the arc. The veteran sharpshooter has made just 15 of his 51 three-point attempts, which translates to a meager 29.4 percent -- that would easily be a career-low mark for him.
Redick (hamstring) is active for Wednesday's game against the Clippers, Andrew Lopez of ESPN.com reports.
The veteran guard will come off the bench Wednesday after being listed as probable with a right hamstring injury. Redick could see increased minutes with Lonzo Ball (knee) and Eric Bledsoe (eye) not playing in Los Angeles.
Redick is probable for Wednesday's game against the Clippers with right hamstring tightness.
The veteran has again landed on the injury report, this time with a right hamstring issue. Though likely to play Wednesday, Redick was just cleared from a knee injury and logged 19 minutes and 17 points against the Hornets last Friday.
Redick (knee) will be available for Friday's game against the Hornets.
Despite a bruised right knee, Redick will be able to take the court Friday. He's struggling with his shot, hitting just 27.3 percent of his looks.
Redick (knee) is probable for Friday's game against the Hornets.
The 26-year-old picked up the right knee bruise during Wednesday's game against the Thunder, but it appears he won't end up missing any time. Redick should fill his usual role off the bench for the Pelicans.
Redick (knee) did not practice Thursday and is day-to-day ahead of Friday's game against the Hornets, Christian Clark of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Redick is dealing with a bruised knee, which forced him top exit Wednesday's loss to the Thunder after just eight minutes. If he's forced to miss any time, Josh Hart and Nickeil Alexander-Walker could see expanded roles.
Redick (knee) won't return to Wednesday's game against the Thunder with a right knee contusion, Jim Eichenhofer of the Pelicans' official site reports.
The 36-year-old sustained the injury during the first half and limped to the locker room. Redick had two points (1-4 FG) and one assist in eight minutes before exiting the contest.
Redick tallied three points (1-4 FG, 1-4 3Pt), two rebounds and one assist in 17 minutes off the bench Thursday in the Pelicans' 113-80 win over the Thunder.
After pouring in 23 points while logging 29 minutes in the Pelicans' season-opening win over the Raptors, Redick has seen his playing time drop in each of the team's subsequent four contests. The drop in minutes has corresponded with Redick going ice cold from downtown, as he's hit only two of 17 three-point attempts over that stretch. Redick offers little production in other areas when his perimeter shot isn't falling, effectively taking him off the fantasy radar outside of deep leagues.
Redick (undisclosed) is expected to play Friday against the Bucks, Daniel Sallerson of the Pelicans Radio Network reports.
Redick has missed time with an undisclosed situation, but he was back and practicing Wednesday. Friday is the Pelicans' final preseason game.
Redick (undisclosed) will not be available for Monday's preseason opener against the Heat.
Neither Redick nor Eric Bledsoe will make the trip to Miami, so the Pels will be a bit shorthanded in the backcourt. At this juncture, it's very much unclear how much time Redick could miss, but he should be considered questionable for Friday's matchup against Milwaukee.
Redick went for 31 points (10-16 FG, 8-12 3PT, 3-4 FT) and five rebounds in Sunday's loss to San Antonio.
Redick accounted for a season-high eight of the Pelicans' 12 made threes as a team, but he didn't get much help as New Orleans fell for the fourth time in six Orlando games. The veteran has scored at least 11 points in all six of those contests, and he's hit at least three three-pointers five times.
Redick will start Friday's game against the Wizards while Zion Williamson (rest) is out, Andrew Lopez of ESPN.com reports.
Coach Alvin Gentry will opt for a smaller lineup with better shooting without Williamson available. In Redick's 35 starts this season, he's averaging 16.4 points, 2.9 rebounds and 2.1 assists in 29.2 minutes.
Redick scored 21 points (7-15 FG, 3-8 3Pt, 4-4 FT) while adding four rebounds and three assists in 26 minutes during Thursday's 106-104 loss to the Jazz.
The 36-year-old had been on the shelf with a hamstring injury when the season was suspended, but the time off apparently did Redick a world of good, as this was his first effort of 20-plus points since Feb. 13. If the Pelicans are going to make any kind of push for a playoff spot, they'll need the veteran sharpshooter to stay productive.
Redick recorded 20 points (5-10 FG, 4-7 3Pt, 6-6 FT), one rebound and one assist in 15 minutes during Monday's 124-103 scrimmage win over the Bucks.
Redick caught fire off the bench and finished with twice as many points as field-goal attempts. He had it going from beyond the arc while cashing in on all of his free throws. Though Redick doesn't contribute much beyond scoring, threes and an elite free-throw percentage, he's good enough at those things that he retains decent value in most fantasy leagues.
Redick (hamstring) is not expected back until after the Pelicans' upcoming road trip, Andrew Lopez of ESPN.com reports.
It looks like Redick's earliest possible return date will be March 16 against the Hawks. The veteran sharp-shooter did take part in shooting drills at Saturday's practice, but it looks like the team will err on the side of caution before allowing him to return.
Redick (hamstring) was able to take part in shooting drills during Saturday's practice session, Andrew Lopez of ESPN.com reports.
While Redick's participation in Saturday's practice is encouraging, the team hasn't updated his official timetable for return. The veteran shooting guard remains roughly a week away from a re-evaluation and, depending on the results, could be held out further into the future.
The Pelicans announced Sunday that Redick will be shut down for two weeks before being re-evaluated after he was diagnosed with a left hamstring strain following a recent MRI.
Redick didn't return to action in Friday's win over the Cavaliers after sustaining the injury in the first half. After New Orleans sent the veteran guard in for further testing, doctors determined that he would require a multi-week shutdown before ramping up activity again. Redick's role off the bench had already began to dwindle while the Pelicans came out of the All-Star break with all of their core rotation players available, so he looks like a safe drop in most fantasy leagues with the news that he'll likely be out for most of March.
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