J.J. Redick injury: Magic guard out against 76ers, will get MRI on shoulder

Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

The Orlando Magic will be without J.J. Redick, Arron Afflalo, DeQuan Jones and Jameer Nelson against the Philadelphia 76ers on Monday.

J.J. Redick will miss Monday night's game against the Philadelphia 76ers with a shoulder injury, according to team writer John Denton. Although the Orlando Magic guard said his shoulder was feeling better as of Monday afternoon, he'll undergo an MRI on Tuesday.

Redick injured his shoulder Saturday in a 107-98 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks. Pump-faking Milwaukee's Larry Sanders resulted in the Bucks' center landing on Redick, who is averaging 15.3 points and 4.5 assists for the Magic. The good news for the Magic is that Redick believes the injury isn't too bad. He told the Orlando Sentinel that he didn't believe he separated the shoulder, and the improvement in the past few days is a sign that it's nothing significant.

The injury-riddled Magic, losers of nine games in a row, will also be without Arron Afflalo (calf), Jameer Nelson (arm) and DeQuan Jones (ankle) in the game at Philadelphia.

After the game on Monday, Orlando will return home to take on the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday.

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