G - DAL
Dallas Mavericks SG JJ Redick (foot) is "unlikely" to play against the Los Angeles Clippers during the first round of the Western Conference playoffs due to heel soreness, per Mavericks' head coach Rick Carlisle.
Redick has dealt with heel soreness throughout the season and is now unlikely to suit up at all during the Clippers series, per Rick Carlisle. The veteran shooting guard has played sporadic minutes when available and has not made much of an impact for Dallas in fantasy lineups during the 2020-21 season. Jalen Brunson and Josh Richardson are quality players in DFS lineups ahead of Saturday's Game 1 road contest in L.A.
JJ Redick was ruled out ahead of the Mavericks round one game on Saturday against the Clippers.
After missing the Mavericks final three regular season games, Redick hoped to be ready for the start of the playoffs but that won't be the case. He remains without a clear timetable to return.
Mavs' G JJ Redick will miss the remainder of the regular season due to ongoing right heel soreness, according to head coach Rick Carlisle.
Redick has only appeared in 13 games this season, a career low for the veteran guard. In the games that he has played, Redick has only notched an average of 4.4 points across 11.3 minutes per game. As such, this move won't make much of a fantasy impact. Redick will look to return to the Mavs come playoff time.
Dallas G JJ Redick is set to make his debut for the Mavs in Monday's game against the 76ers.
After going through a full practice on Sunday, Redick's return was clearly on the horizon. After sitting out of Sunday's game as a precaution, Redick will make his first appearnace in a Mavs' uniform on Monday. As expected, Redick will be on a minutes restriction, likely in the range of 10-15 minutes. For now, Redick should remain outside of fantasy managers' lineups.
JJ Reddick will remain out Saturday against Washington.
Reddick joined Dallas on the road trip ahead of Friday's game against the Knicks, but had not begun practicing with the team. Jalen Brunson should continue to see a good amount of opportunity for Dallas, especially with