By Kuldeep Rathore 


Giannis Antetokounmpo May Not Participate In Sunday's Game

Sunday at Fiserv Center, the Milwaukee Bucks (42-17) will take on the Phoenix Suns at noon on ABC in an attempt to win their 14th consecutive game (33-28).

After making a remarkable return from a sprained right wrist, Antetokounmpo left the game against the Miami Heat on Friday with a right quadriceps contusion.

When the Suns visited on Sunday, Antetokounmpo was rated as questionable to play.

The recently acquired ace plans to make his Suns debut on March 1.

Since Jan. 8, when he was playing for the Brooklyn Nets, Durant has been out due to an injured knee.

the Bucks travel to Brooklyn to take on the revamped Nets as the first game of a road-and-home back-to-back.

Along with centre Nic Claxton, the Nets are headed by recent acquisitions Mikal Bridges, Spencer Dinwiddie, Dorian Finney-Smith, and Cam Johnson.

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