The MRI, taken Tuesday, revealed no structural damage.
"A huge relief," Redick said before he sat out the Magic's game Wednesday against the Los Angeles Clippers.
"There was some worry. I want to play. I don't want to be out long. At this point, it's basically just soft tissue. It's whatever I can handle. I tried shooting some before shootaround [Wednesday], and there's too much pain right now to play."
The news about Redick's shoulder should preserve his trade value, which has never been higher. Redick, who will be a free agent in July, will draw interest from contending teams that need shooting as the Feb. 21 NBA trade deadline approaches.
Afflalo to return
Afflalo has spent the last several days in California to attend to a personal matter, a team spokesman said.
Back in Orlando
Clippers small forward Matt Barnes entered Wednesday night's game with 2:55 remaining in the first quarter.
It was Barnes' second game at Amway Center since the Magic chose not to re-sign him after his lone season with the team in 2009-10 — a season in which he started 58 regular-season games and became a fan favorite because of his gritty style.
Barnes said he keeps in touch with Redick and Jameer Nelson, who are the only players who remain from the team that reached the 2010 Eastern Conference finals.
Barnes and his wife spent part of the Clippers' off-day Tuesday in Winter Park.
"It's good to be back here," Barnes said.
Thursday night on TNT, Shaquille O'Neal and
Nik Vucevic, who has been selected for the exhibition on Feb. 15, first met O'Neal when Vucevic was a student at Southern Cal.
"He actually introduced himself to me as 'Shaquille O'Nealovic,' '' Vucevic remembered. "I thought that was pretty funny."
Atlanta Braves outfielders B.J. Upton and Jason Heyward, Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey, Pittsburgh Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey and former major-leaguer Ken Griffey Jr. attended the game.