How Will It Affect The Milwaukee Bucks' Next Several Games?

Now that Khris Middleton is back in the lineup after being an inconsistent component of their lineup, Giannis Antetokounmpo has ample support.

Yet it appears that the Milwaukee Bucks will suffer yet another setback following the Greek Freak's injury that forced him to leave tonight's game against the Miami Heat.

Antetokounmpo departed the court with a right knee injury late in the first quarter.

This is unfortunate for the Bucks because their top player recently made a full recovery from a wrist injury that prevented him from participating in the whole All-Star game last week.

After the game, Bucks head coach Mike Budenholzer provided an update, although he was unsure of the exact nature of the forward's injury.

I only learned that he knocked knees and couldn't get up. Therefore, tomorrow, we'll check in on his condition. Added Budenholzer

It's unclear if Giannis' current knee injury will cause him to miss any games. But if he does, the Bucks' other players will have to step up and carry out the majority of the labor-intensive tasks.

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