Just seven games into the season, the Clippers have had an extended break in play, having to wait until Saturday to play again after their loss to San Antonio on Monday.
"It's always weird to have this long of a break during the season," Redick said. "It's good on the body for a couple of days, good on the mind too to get away and have a couple of days off, but when you're in season mode, and your mind's wanting to play, your body wants to play, it's a little weird."
The break came after the Clippers lost to the
"We're not very good on either side of the ball," Redick said. "So it's not like we can rely on one thing right now. Our offense was No. 1 in efficiency last year, I don't even want to know what we are this year. Defensively, like I said, we were top 10. I don't even want to know what we are this year. We got to be able to rely on something. We can't right now."
Currently, their offensive rating, according to NBA.com, is 12th out of the 30
Their defensive rating, according to NBA.com, is 21st of the 30 NBA teams. The website defines defensive rating as "The number of points allowed per 100 possessions by a team."
Redick said the Clippers have a long way to go from where they are now to where they want to be.