Dallas Mavericks: J.J. Redick ruled out for remainder of regular season

Dallas Mavericks J.J. Redick Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports
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The Dallas Mavericks were dominated by the Memphis Grizzlies on Tuesday night. Ja Morant and Memphis ran Dallas out of the gym as they capitalized on the Mavs off shooting night to grab the 133-104 win.

To make matters worse, J.J. Redick exited the game with a heel injury after just two minutes on the court. He was ruled out for rest of the game just minutes later.

Coach Rick Carlisle gave an update on Redick’s status before the Mavericks faced the New Orleans Pelicans on Wednesday night. Get the latest here and what it could mean for Dallas going forward.

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Dallas Mavericks guard J.J. Redick ruled out for the final three regular-season games

Carlisle offered this during his pregame media availability courtesy of Brad Townsend.

The Mavs wrap up the regular season on Sunday against the Minnesota Timberwolves. Redick will not play in the team’s final three games.

If Dallas can avoid the play-in tournament, they will have five days off before the playoffs begin. Their loss on May 11 dropped them to sixth in the Western Conference. They are just one game ahead of the Los Angeles Lakers. Only the top six in each conference advance directly to the playoffs in 2021. Fans can get all the specifics on the play-in here.

Redick missed 18 games and over a month of action with a heel injury in March and early April. He re-injured that same heel on Tuesday night. Stay tuned for updates as they become available, but it appears the veteran sharpshooter is looking at an extended spell on the sidelines. Jalen Brunson, Trey Burke, and Tim Hardaway Jr. will have to step up for the Mavs without Redick.

Every game is important. The Dallas Mavericks, Lakers, and Trail Blazers all have three games remaining in the regular season and are separated by just one game in the standings. One of those teams will be in the play-in tournament. Stay tuned to see how it all shakes out.

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