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J.J. Redick continues hot shooting in Clippers' 116-105 win over Kings
J.J. Redick continues hot shooting in Clippers' 116-105 win over Kings

Contemplating the possibility that there might be a downside to Blake Griffin's return seemed like a silly endeavor. It was just that J.J. Redick had been so productive during Griffin's five-week absence that one had to wonder how the shooting guard would respond to having the Clippers' leading scorer back in the lineup. He hasn't changed a thing. Redick continued his shooting tear Wednesday night at Sleep Train Arena during the Clippers' 116-105 victory over the Sacramento Kings, swishing jumper after jumper. The sharpshooter finished with 27 points on nine-for-16 shooting, making seven of 12 shots from three-point range. He even completed a four-point...

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