Hill (abdomen) is available for Wednesday's Game 5 against Boston, Justin Garcia of the Milwaukee Bucks Radio Network reports. Hill was probable ahead of Wednesday's matchup, and he'll officially be able to play through his abdominal injury for a third consecutive game. Over his last two appearances, he's averaged 2.5 points and 1.5 assists in 17.0 minutes per game.
Hill (abdomen) is probable for Wednesday's Game 5 in Boston. Hill missed eight games due to the abdomen issue, but he's appeared in each of the last two contests and played 23 minutes during Game 4. Barring a setback, the veteran point guard is expected to garner a similar role in Game 5.
Hill (abdomen) played 11 minutes off the bench Saturday in the Bucks' 103-101 win over the Celtics in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference semifinals, missing his only field-goal attempt and recording one assist. Suiting up for the first time in the postseason, Hill took on a small role off the bench, even while the Bucks remained without one of their starting wings in Khris Middleton (knee). Hill could see his minutes pick up once he's further removed from the abdominal strain that sidelined him for the past month, but for the time being, he looks to be behind Grayson Allen, Wesley Matthews and Pat Connaughton in the pecking order on the wing.
Hill (abdomen) will be available for Saturday's Game 3 versus the Celtics. Hill has not played since April 8, so this will mark his playoff debut. His return could potentially knock Jevon Carter out of the rotation unless the team opts to extend their rotation.
Hill (abdomen) is probable for Saturday's Game 3 against the Celtics. Hill last played April 8 and has missed all of the playoffs up to this point with a strained right abdominal. However, he should return Saturday. He may be on a minutes limit, though he only saw minutes in the 14-18 range in the last four games he played. The veteran's return could reduce Jevon Carter's workload.
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