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Jrue Holiday scored nine points (2-8 Fg, 4-4 Ft, 1-3 3Pt) five rebounds, four assists, and one steal across 22 minutes in the Bucks 126-114 win over the Grizzlies from Milwaukee on Wednesday night.
Holiday came off the bench in his first game action since January 5th against the Raptors and seemed to be just fine after the game which is a good sign ahead of the Bucks matchup with the Bulls on Friday night from Milwaukee.
Per Bucks Twitter, Jrue Holiday (ankle) will warm up ahead of Wednesday's game, he remains listed as questionable.
Holiday has missed seven consecutive games with an ankle injury and comes into Wednesday listed as questionable. The veteran will warm up according to the Bucks Twitter account but it's unclear if he will play or not.
Per Bradshaw Furlong, Jrue Holiday is listed as questionable for Wednesday's game with an ankle injury.
Holidays' return to the Bucks looms large, during the six games he's missed, the team has gone 2-4 and has struggled defensively. If the veteran is to miss again, Pat Connaughton and Wesley Matthews will see extended minutes.
Per the NBA Injury Report, Jrue Holiday (ankle) has been ruled out Monday.
Holiday will miss Monday's matchup with the Hawks marking his second consecutive absence. Grayson Allen has stepped up and played 27.5 minutes per game over his last two games during the guard's absence.
Jrue Holiday has been ruled out ahead of Saturday's game against the Raptors.
Holiday has not played since January 5 and him being ruled out a day in advance is not a great sign for him being very close to returning. Jordan Nwora and Wesley Matthews should see more opportunity in his absence.