Pay per head sportsbooks were happy to know that after being on the sidelines for two weeks with a left quad contusion, LA Clippers guard J.J. Reddick went back to practice and is set to play on Friday in the preseason game against the Sacramento Kings.
“My assumption is Friday would be a go,” Redick said on Tuesday. “There might be some minutes restrictions but there was no residual soreness from yesterday so I should be a go.”
Clippers coach Doc Rivers said that there’s a chance that Redick could play in their preseason game on Wednesday against the Utah Jazz if he feels he can, but the team and pay per head sportsbooks believe that he’s more likely to play on Friday.
“It depends on how his body reacts,” Rivers said. “We’ll see.”
Redick said that he suffered the injury on the first day of training camp, and during the last practice of training camp he couldn’t play. Pay per head sportsbooks found out that an MRI actually revealed a partial muscle tear.
“It wasn’t serious but significant enough where two weeks of rest was the required time off,” Redick said. “It wasn’t just a thigh bruise. I probably would have been able to play through that.”
Price per head services remember that in July, the player was signed and traded to the Clippers in a three-team contract, and he’s set to start with Chris Paul in the backcourt.
Redick’s biggest problem with being put on the sidelines is missing time to get comfortable with his new players and teammates.
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“I think the frustrating part is not being part of the process and not getting to take every step with your teammates,” Redick said. “It’s one thing to sit out a couple games during the season, here and there, 30-40 games in. But training camp and the first two months of the season is when you get accustomed to a new situation, but there’s nothing you can do about it. Injuries are a part of it.”