Khris Middleton Rehabbing Knee In Hopes Of Being Ready For Playoffs
Milwaukee Bucks wing Khris Middleton has been dealing with right knee soreness for most of the season. As such, Middleton underwent an MRI on the knee on Thursday.
While the results of the MRI came back clean, Middleton is now going to rehab his knee for the next week-plus. This is in hopes of being ready to play when the playoffs start on April 15 or 16.
Middleton has appeared in only 33 games this season for Milwaukee. He made his debut in early-December, before being shut down two weeks later and missing a month’s worth of action. Since then, the Bucks have given Middleton sporadic rest days. He also only returned to the Bucks starting lineup a month ago, in an effort to keep his minutes down.