The team announced that his return to the game was questionable:
Before leaving the game, Redick was 1-of-2 from the field for two points. He spent four minutes on the court before exiting.
On the season, Redick is averaging 16.4 points a game and boasts a player efficiency rating of 18.2, both of which are career highs. He's been the Clippers' most consistent threat from three-point range, shooting 36.8 percent, which is one of the lowest percentages of his career.
He's already missed significant time this year, following a fracture in his right hand and tear of his ulnar collateral ligament.
With the relatively minor nature of this most recent injury, Redick should be able to make a speedier recovery this time around, though, which is good news for the Clippers, as they try to fend off the Houston Rockets for the fourth seed in the Western Conference.