Magic's Redick to have MRI, out against Sixers

Orlando Magic guard JJ Redick is expected to miss Monday's game against the Philadelphia 76ers because of a sore shoulder.

Redick is schedule to have an MRI exam Tuesday after injuring his shoulder late in Orlando's loss to Milwaukee on Saturday. The sixth-year guard out of Duke is the team's second leading scorer, averaging 15.3 points per game.

The Magic will likely have only nine available players when they face the 76ers, as they will continue to be without guards Jameer Nelson (arm) and Arron Afflalo (calf), with each expected to miss their second and fifth consecutive games, respectively.

Orlando also lost forward Glen Davis last week with a fractured foot that could cost him the rest of the season.