All that running in circles J.J. Redick does actually leads somewhere.
It results in nights like Monday, when the shooting guard leaves Clippers fans, and defenders chasing him around the perimeter, breathless.
Redick was a study in motion, not to mention precision, and the Clippers needed every bit of it during a 140-132 overtime victory over the Houston Rockets at Staples Center.
Redick made almost everything, including a shot he missed that was tipped in, on the way to a career-high 40 points. He made 11 of 19 shots, including nine of 12 from three-point range, and all nine free throws to set his career high for three-pointers and tie Caron Butler's franchise...