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Giannis Antetokounmpo (ankle) will not play tonight vs. Chicago Bulls



The Milwaukee Bucks have 11 amusements left in their season, however will play no less than one of those without their hotshot forward. 

Giannis Antetokounmpo missed Friday's amusement against the Chicago Bulls, the group reported, because of the correct lower leg sprain he endured on Wednesday night against the LA Clippers. As indicated by ESPN's Nick Friedell, Antetokounmpo did not head out with the group to Chicago and furthermore had a MRI on his lower leg as of late. 

Friedell reports that Bucks interval mentor Joe Prunty didn't sound excessively stressed that his All-Star forward will miss a great deal of time. Yet, Prunty was likewise not certain when Antetokoumpo would come back to the lineup.

Antetokounmpo was harmed in the second quarter against the LA Clippers. He seemed to get hurt when he stumbled over partner Shabazz Muhammad under Milwaukee's bushel. He remained in the diversion for a short period, however stumbled around the court while scowling. He went to the locker stay with around four minutes staying in the second quarter and did not return. 

Forward Jabari Parker supplanted Antetokounmpo in the beginning line-up. The Bucks (37-34) entered the diversion in the eighth and last Eastern Conference playoff spot. 


In his fifth genius season, Antetokounmpo drives the group in focuses, helps, bounce back and takes.

"I'm always concerned with everybody's injury in terms of we need everybody and we need him back," said Prunty, whose team dropped three of its last four games with Antetokounmpo in the line-up. "But I trust that our medical staff is very good and they're going to get him back healthy in the right fashion."

The absence was Antetokounmpo's fifth this season. The Bucks split the previous four games.
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