In 28 regular-season games after being acquired by the Milwaukee Bucks, J.J. Redick averaged 28 minutes, 10.6 FGA and 12.3 points per game. In three postseason games, though, Redick has averaged less than 14 minutes and totaled just 14 field-goal attempts and 19 points. However, he had a mini-breakthrough in Game 3 against the Miami Heat, when he took seven shots (6 3-point attempts) and finished with 11 points and 3 3-pointers in 17 minutes. Per Charles Gardner of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, coach Jim Boylan said he told Reddick to shoot with confidence, but Redick said that wasn't the case.
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