Sterling Brown

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  • Khris Middleton
    SF, Milwaukee Bucks

    Khris Middleton is expected to miss several weeks due to a left leg injury that occurred on Sunday against the Thunder.

    It sounded like the injury would not be too serious until this report emerged. At least there is no major damage in the leg. This is obviously not great news for the Bucks, but Sterling Brown and Ersan Ilyasova should get a bump in the medium term.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Ersan Ilyasova
    PF, Milwaukee Bucks

    Ersan Ilyasova (left hip tightness) and Sterling Brown (right quad contusion) are available for Wednesday's preseason game vs. the Jazz.

    Ilyasova and Brown seem to be dealing with minor injuries that shouldn't have anyone concerned. They both should have bench roles for this playoff-bound squad. Neither are likely to have a fantasy impact in standard leagues.

    Source: NBA Injury Report

  • Sterling Brown
    SG, Milwaukee Bucks

    Sterling Brown (right quad contusion) is probable to face the Jazz on Wednesday.

    Brown's injury doesn't seem serious so it is likely he will suit up Wednesday. Keep an eye up until tip-off if he is someone you are looking at in DFS matchups. In Monday's preseason opener, Brown had 12 points, nine rebounds, one block and four turnovers on efficient shooting. It is worth noting that none of the key starters played on Monday.

    Source: NBA Injury Report

  • Sterling Brown
    G, Milwaukee Bucks

    Coach Mike Budenholzer said that Sterling Brown (back soreness) will warm up and the Bucks will see how he feels before determining his availability for Game 2 on Tuesday.

    Brown is listed as probable on the injury report, so it would seem that he has a good chance at suiting up. If Brown is unable to go Pat Connaughton or Tony Snell would likely take his place in the starting lineup. Malcolm Brogdon has been making progress and may be an option as early as Game 3 on Friday.

    Source: Jay King on Twitter

  • Sterling Brown
    G, Milwaukee Bucks

    Sterling Brown (back soreness) is probable for Tuesday's Game 2 against the Celtics.

    Brown started at shooting guard in Game 1 and should reprise the role as long as he's healthy, though he wasn't very effective in his time on the court. He's in danger of falling out of the rotation when Malcolm Brogdon returns.

    Source: NBA Injury Report

  • Sterling Brown
    G, Milwaukee Bucks

    Sterling Brown left Sunday's game with back spasms, posting three points on 1-of-7 shooting in 22 minutes.

    Brown started but the Bucks might need to make a change since the Celtics can easily hide Kyrie Irving on the low-usage guard. Brown's being asked to fill big shoes with Malcolm Brogdon out, and today's performance wasn't necessarily encouraging.

  • Sterling Brown
    G, Milwaukee Bucks

    Sterling Brown grabbed a game-high 13 boards to go with nine points, six assists and a steal in 27 minutes in Monday's win over the Pistons.

    Brown didn't put up the flashiest stat lines in this series, but this was a great one. Malcolm Brogdon (right foot plantar fascia) is likely to return at some point in the next series against the Celtics, so Brown is probably headed back to the bench shortly.

  • Sterling Brown
    G, Milwaukee Bucks

    Sterling Brown had five points with four rebounds, one assist, one steal, a block and a 3-pointer on 2-of-2 shooting in Saturday's win against the Pistons.

    He's been glue-guy the Bucks needed this year and that's why the coaching staff is confident having him in the starting lineup alongside the four reliable starters. Having the ability to do the scrappy work on defense and shoot a three from time to time is something Milwaukee needs as they go deeper in the playoffs.

  • Sterling Brown
    G, Milwaukee Bucks

    Sterling Brown was rock solid on Sunday night scoring 11 points while adding three treys on 3-of-5 from behind the arc, seven assists, three boards, three steals and a block.

    The super-sophomore has been a fantastic glue-guy for the Bucks this year and has complemented the Bucks' Big Four perfectly. His length gives him the ability to defend opposing wing players and his shooting has improved drastically from last season. Brown should continue to give the Bucks quality minutes for the rest of the postseason.

  • Sterling Brown
    G, Milwaukee Bucks

    Sterling Brown had seven points with three rebounds and three assists on 2-of-7 shooting in the final game of the season on Wednesday.

    Brown had a solid stretch where he was looking like a championship-winning waiver wire add, but he slightly dropped off and ended up as a top-300 value for the season. Over the past two weeks, he has put up top-140/160 value in 8/9-cat formats and has seen an increased role as the Bucks started resting their stars. He is unlikely to have a prominent role heading into next season and can be seen as a potential deep league option.

  • Tony Snell
    G, Milwaukee Bucks

    Tony Snell (left ankle sprain) has been ruled out of Friday’s context with the Nets.

    Snell will miss his fifth straight game and Pat Connaughton, George Hill and Sterling Brown will pick up the slack. Ersan Ilyasova (nasal fracture) is probable to play.

    Source: NBA Injury Report

  • Sterling Brown
    G, Milwaukee Bucks

    Sterling Brown was productive in 35 minutes against the Sixers on Thursday with 12 points on 5-of-12 shooting with five rebounds, three assists, a steal and a 3-pointer.

    Brown followed up a career night with another solid outing, but he had extra room to operate with Eric Bledsoe (ejected) getting tossed in the first quarter. He's a decent streaming option still as he's emerged as a solid contributor alongside Pat Connaughton (31 minutes, four points, six rebounds and two assists).

  • Sterling Brown
    G, Milwaukee Bucks

    Sterling Brown dropped a career-high 27 points (10-for-22 from the field) with nine rebounds, three assists, three steals and one block in Sunday's 136-135 overtime loss to the Hawks.

    Brown started on Sunday due to the slough of injuries the Bucks had and took full advantage of it. He's had a few bright spots this season, but he's just a deep dynasty hold for now.