The Clippers are nearing a decision on J.J. Redick's future this season.
The team will determine in the upcoming weeks whether Redick is healthy enough to rejoin the team. If he's not, the club will likely shut Redick down for the rest of the season in an attempt to have him ready for training camp next year.
Redick, who hasn't played since Feb. 3 because of a bulging disc in his back, has recently ramped up a shooting program, though Doc Rivers said the team doesn't know when and if he'll be able to return.
Redick has played in 30 games this season, averaging a career-high 15.7 points per game. He's also missed time this season with a broken hand and a torn ligament in his right wrist.
Report: Clips nearing a decision on J.J. Redick and his status this season
The Orange County Register is reporting this morning that the Los Angeles Clippers are nearing a decision on J. J. Redick and his future this season.