Giannis Antetokounmpo ruled out for Milwaukee Bucks vs. Golden State Warriors
At 7:30 p.m. CT on Saturday, the Milwaukee Bucks take on the Golden State Warriors at the Chase
Center to start a three-game, four-day road trip. ABC will carry the game nationwide.
The MVP front-right runner's hand pain made him questionable to play early on Saturday afternoon, but later that day his status was changed to out.
He missed the game at Orlando on March 7 due to illness, and he missed the game against Brooklyn on March 9 due to an injury.
The hand was temporarily wrapped before Antetokounmpo took it off to continue the game,
suggesting that the injury occurred during the opening frame of the Bucks' victory in Washington on March 7.
Head coach of the Bucks Mike Budenholzer claimed the hand had been hit prior to missing Thursday's game against Brooklyn with hand soreness,
but he confirmed in Golden State that the current issue does relate to the initial wrist injury in Chicago.
Due to a sprained wrist (on February 16) and a bruised right quadriceps, the Bucks star has missed 14 games so far this season.
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