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Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer said Tuesday that Antetokounmpo (knee) is "completely and totally healthy" and will be ready to play when the NBA resumes its season in July, Jackie MacMullan of reports.

Prior to the league-wide shutdown, Antetokounmpo had sat out the Bucks' most recent two games with a minor joint capsule sprain in his left knee, an injury he suffered in a March 6 loss to the Lakers. The injury was never viewed as a long-term concern, but the three-plus-month layoff has been beneficial nonetheless for the reigning MVP, who will report to Orlando in sound health for the restart of the season. Antetokounmpo was the only player on the Bucks' injury report before the league went on hiatus, so the Eastern Conference leaders will be at full strength moving forward.

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