Redick said that he wants to “play every night,” but he also knew that
Besides, Redick said, "Doc had already made the decision" to sit him against the Pelicans.
"I think if you just say to me, 'Hey, you're not playing tonight because you're tired,' that's not a good reason. I'm not tired," Redick said. "So, the reasoning — and for each guy it's a little different, case by case — the reasoning, at least presented to me today, made sense. Doc had made his decision, I think, when he was having his conversation with Blake on Tuesday, it sounds like. This is not something that had anything to do with the last 24 hours."
Like Griffin, Redick had a conversation with the
Redick said he wasn't given any game-monitoring information.
"They didn't give me that stuff," Redick said. "It had more to do with looking at the schedule and sort of picking games that made sense for one guy to get a break here or there based on the upcoming schedule, not necessarily anything that already happened. In December, we have a tough month. I think we finish the month with seven games in 10 days. March is another month … where the travel schedule is tough. I think it's a case-by-case basis, looking ahead and trying to figure out what makes sense for each guy."
The most likely candidate to rest next is either Chris Paul or DeAndre Jordan, and it could be Sunday against the
The Clippers recalled rookie