Milwaukee’s Tony Snell will not be available for Tuesday’s game against the Houston Rockets due to a sprained left ankle (day-to-day). This is yet another blow to the Bucks’ rotation as there are now five players listed. However, the team is still at the top of the Eastern Conference standings with a 55-19 overall record, which is currently the best record in the NBA.
The former New Mexico Lobo player started each of Milwaukee’s last four games, averaging 21 minutes and 7.5 points during those. He’s played in 74 games this season.
The Rockets lineup will also be dealing with injuries, two players are out for sure and two will be a game-time decision.
Date/Time: Tuesday March 26, 6pm MT