J.J. Redick was constant movement, and Matt Barnes was visibly tired chasing him around. Somehow the Magic had to know that would play a role in deciding this one.
So when Redick gave pump fake to Barnes after coming around a screen at the top of the key, Barnes went flying, knowing he had to worry about the sharp shooter. Redick clamly dribbled to the side and pulled up for a 3-pointer.
The execution was brilliant and Redick finished it by draining the 3-pointer and giving Orlando a 3-point lead with less than a minute to play in the game. Chris Paul made a floater on the next possession, then it was Redick's turn again to feel the pressure.
The Clippers opted to trap Redick off the inbound instead of foul him and he found Josh McRoberts, an obvious candidate for Los Angeles to send to the line. The Clippers scrambled back to try and foul him but McRoberts found Nikola Vucevic underneath the basket all alone. His dunk restored the ...