The Clippers forward said the team has been through a lot - trades, injuries, tough games - this season. He said the series against the Blazers revealed the character of the team.
The Clippers lost the game and point guard Chris Paul, who suffered a broken right hand. Redick talked about the Clippers need to rally around each other if they want to win the series.
The Clippers shooting guard said he just has to play through a heel injury for as long as the Clippers remain in the playoffs. Reduce said the Clippers has performed well on the road.
Redick was among many Clippers players who struggled with their shooting in the 96-88 loss to Portland Saturday night. Redick indicated the team never found a rhythm in the game.
PLAYA VISTA – J.J. Redick headed back to the training room Friday wearing flip-flops instead of his usual Nike Kyrie 1 sneakers. It was a sure sign he wasn’t practicing for a second consecutive day. While the Clippers guard wasn’t wearing his...
Thursday night was a rough evening for Duke’s men’s basketball team, as the Blue Devils lost to Oregon in the Sweet 16. It was a great night for one of Coach K’s former star players, though. Former Blue Devils’ star J.J. Redick made his first NBA buzzer-beating game-winner, sinking a shot at the horn to give the Los Angeles Clippers the win against the Portland Trailblazers...
With one shot left who do the Clippers go to for the win? It’s JJ Redick and he comes up big…. JJ Redick knocks down the dramatic @Tissot Buzzer-Beater for the @LAClippers win! #ThisIsYourTimehttps://t.co/9cW9kfXUTh — NBA (@NBA) March 25, 2016 The post Watch: JJ Redick nails buzzer beater to beat Blazers appeared first on Crossover Chronicles.
During the Spurs-Clippers game on Tuesday night in San Antonio, a Spurs fan tried to insult the Los Angeles’ J.J. Redick from the crowd, and did a hilariously terrible job at it. Hear this fan’s heckling attempt for yourself: Spurs fan heckles JJ Redick while Jamal Crawford shoots free throws https://t.co/1nCbUfTXcq — Six Second Sports (@sixsecsports) March 16, 2016 If...
It figures that in the year of the Warriors, the NBA All-Star 3-point contest came down to a pair of Golden State guards. In a fairly thrilling shooting duel, Klay Thompson slipped by teammate Steph Curry in the final round. The event’s first round saw Steph lead the way with 23 points. Klay came through with 22. Devin Booker, J.J. Redick and James Harden tied at 20. Booker won...
By Steve DelVecchio The Los Angeles Clippers failed to re-sign DeAndre Jordan this offseason, and J.J. Redick is extremely unhappy about it. During an appearance on SiriusXM’s Bleacher Report Radio Tuesday, Redick was asked to give his team an offseason grade based on moves they have made — or not made — thus far. He didn’t hold back. “F, F … is there an F-minus...
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