Bucks' Tony Snell: Expects to be starter for Bucks

Coach Jason Kidd indicated he expects Snell (ankle) to be a starter for the Bucks this season, Bucks' radio play-by-play announcer Ted Davis reports.

Depending on how coach Jason Kidd organizes the rest of his starting five, Snell could end up starting at either shooting guard or small forward, although there's yet to be clarification on a set regular season lineup. With that said, Snell should have a big role for the Bucks no matter where he lines up, but still may struggle to post fantasy worthy numbers with other guys on the roster likely to absorb more of the statistical production. Snell is sitting out Monday's preseason game with an ankle injury, but could make his debut Wednesday versus the Pacers. He should then be good to go for the start of the regular season.

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