Jrue Holiday Expected Back Sunday

Bucks guard Jrue Holiday, who has missed the past 10 games while in the league’s health and safety protocols, will likely play Sunday against the Clippers, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. Holiday was able to practice today and has made progress with his conditioning this week, Wojnarowski adds.

Milwaukee was just 5-5 without Holiday, who was acquired from the Pelicans in a four-team trade during the offseason. The Bucks have slipped into third place in the Eastern Conference and have seen their scoring, point differential and assists per game all decline with Holiday sidelined.

The 30-year-old, who has a $26.765MM player option for next year, was having a productive season before being forced off the court. Through 23 games, he was averaging 16.4 points, 5.4 assists and 4.8 rebounds while shooting 50% from the floor and 38.7% on three-pointers.

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3 thoughts on “Jrue Holiday Expected Back Sunday

  1. KnickerbockerAl

    Bucks are 20 – 13 today. Let’s where they go now with Jrue back. Gotta build chemistry here. Looking forward to seeing Bucks healthy in playoffs.

  2. Cap & Crunch

    G with the power Dunk to seal it!

    Clippers head coaching job easiest job in the land. Toss it to PG or KL on the elbow and go pick your nose in the corner . I bet Doc’s having a whole lot more fun this year on the other coast

    Clippers play the most uninspiring winning basketball around. Its cool for the regular season, but their gonna have to move up in the gearbox come playoffs to have a chance-Definitely possible, we’ve just never seen it in the KL era yet

    Ibaka was one of the best fa signings this offseason tho so I’m not just throwing all shade

    • x%sure

      Agree, Clipper players are the types to do what they want, not follow a sheme. I keep hearing hints that Low W is coachable now… if true I’m not even sure that’s good!

      Ibaka being better than he was in TOR makes me wonder about TOR, or Ty Lue.

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