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Matt Velazquez: Sterling Brown and George Hill have been cleared for the Bucks tonight and will play. Giannis Antetokounmpo is out in the court warming up and Bud says they will see how he handles that before making a final decision. The hope is he will be available.
Ira Winderman: After being sidelined, Giannis Antetokounmpo is listed as probable for Friday's visit by the Heat, as are George Hill and Sterling Brown.
Matt Velazquez: Mike Budenholzer hasn’t decided on starters yet but expects Tim Frazier to play tonight. Bud also said he thinks Sterling Brown is getting really close to returning from his right wrist injury. Played 5 on 5 today and Bud hopes to get him back around the end of the week.
Matt Velazquez: Giannis Antetokounmpo still officially doubtful as of the most recent injury report. Sterling Brown is also now listed as doubtful with a right wrist injury.
Guard Sterling Brown returned to practice Friday after missing much of training camp with a nagging left hamstring injury. "Just trying to take precautions, trying to get back ready so I don’t mess it up anymore," Brown said.
Matt Velazquez: Mike Budenholzer says Sterling Brown (hamstring), DJ Wilson (hamstring), Trevon Duval (eye) and Matthew Dellavedova (coach’s decision) won’t play tonight vs the Bulls. That leaves 16 players. Doesn’t expect all 16 will play, but time will tell.
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Marc J. Spears: 'Kyle Kuzma already looks like he's on his way out'

According to NBA insider Marc J. Spears, the 31-year-old point guard will most likely be moved by the Thunder. He thinks that the Los Angeles Lakers should try to get him. Spears also revealed that Kyle Kuzma appears to be leaving the 2020 NBA champions. “Man, I can’t see Kemba playing there. If I’m the Lakers, man, why not try to go after Kemba. To me it makes a lot of sense. Kuzma already looks like he’s on his way out,” Spears said on ESPN’s The Jump.
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