"That's the plan," Redick said after he got done shooting at the Clippers' shoot-around this morning. "You never know until the day of, I guess."
Redick had missed 21 games recovering from the injury.
He has been ramping up his practices and his workouts at the shoot-arounds.
"Tuesday, when I was able to go through the full practice, I figured Friday would be a decent shot if I continued to progress," Redick said. "I've been very fortunate in that I haven't had any setbacks."
The plan has been for the right-handed shooting Redick to step back into the starting lineup in place of
Redick had started the first 17 games until he was injured Nov. 29 at Sacramento from a hard fall after being fouled by
During those 17 games, the perpetually in motion Redick averaged 15.8 points per game on 46% shooting, 35.9% on three-pointers.
"There's no pain," Redick said. "The only issue is just a little stiffness just from being casted for three weeks. But I don't feel things when I shoot or dribble."