Latest On Khris Middleton

There is now a growing thought that Khris Middleton could return to the floor in early- to mid-February, Marc Stein of reports, league sources. What’s more, Stein writes that Middleton has a shot to return to the lineup during a three-game homestand next month before the All-Star ‎break.

While Stein’s report offers a more optimistic timetable, the news echoes what Middleton told Steve Aschburner of earlier this month, when the 25-year-old said he could be back ahead of schedule and potentially take the court this year at some point after the All-Star Break. There would be a minutes restriction on Middleton if he were to return, Stein reports, but there is a good chance the Bucks, who are 20-21, would eventually receive a jolt from the two-way standout swingman’s presence.

The Bucks initially expected Middleton, 25, to be out for six months when he tore his left hamstring in September. Milwaukee signed Middleton to a five-year, $70MM deal last offseason. In the first year of the deal, he averaged 18.2 points and 1.7 steals in 79 games. He was drafted by the Pistons with the 39th pick in the 2012 draft before coming to the Bucks in the Brandon Jennings deal.

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5 thoughts on “Latest On Khris Middleton

  1. Tyler Nikkila

    Okay…pretty sure there is no 3 game home stand in February before the all star break..

    • RickPeteRoss

      They’re referring to the three home games before the break along with the road game at Indy I assume

  2. John Magee

    The Bucks need to wins five games in a row just to play 500%pct basketball


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