The Milwaukee Bucks will be looking to make things right on Wednesday when they return to action against the Portland Trail Blazers. The Bucks are coming off a tough loss against the defending champs Denver Nuggets on Monday, 113-107, and they will now want to get back to winning ways against a 14-33 Portland side.
The good news for the Bucks is that they’re going to be at full strength yet again on Wednesday in what will be the second stop of a five-game Western Conference road trip.
Milwaukee Bucks’ Injury Report Vs. Blazers
It’s a clean bill of health for the Bucks when they face Portland on Wednesday. The only player listed on the injury report is TyTy Washington Jr., who is currently on a two-way deal with the squad.
Giannis Antetokounmpo, who has been battling a slew of injuries of late, is notably, not included in the injury report. The former back-to-back MVP has been a bit of a regular on the injury report of late so it’s good to finally see him off of it.
It is worth noting, however, that the Bucks previously included Antetokounmpo on the injury report as a late addition, and considering how he has been dealing with a shoulder injury, a back issue, and a non-COVID illness, it would not be a complete shock if he’s added to the report later on.
Nevertheless, Giannis has been able to play through his injuries over the past few games, and barring any unforeseen setbacks, the same should be the case on Wednesday night.
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