The Bucks traded Snell to the Pistons on Wednesday in exchange for Jon Leuer and the No. 30 overall pick in Thursday's draft, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Snell appeared in 74 games during his third season with the Bucks, averaging 6.0 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.1 triples in 17.6 minutes per game. The playing time he received marked nearly a 10-minute decrease in his 2017-18 average, and Snell dropped out of the rotation entirely for most of the Bucks' playoff run. He'll have an easier path to minutes in Detroit but has always been a low-usage player, which puts a major cap on his fantasy utility.
Snell (ankle) will be available, if needed, for Game 1 against the Celtics, Brian Robb of the Boston Sports Journal reports. Coach Mike Budenholzer said Snell was able to log some practice time following the end of the Detroit series, and the three-and-D wing will be an option off the bench behind Sterling Brown. Snell was slowed by an ankle injury during Round 1, which kept him out of Games 1 and 2, while he saw just five total minutes in Games 3 and 4.
Snell (ankle) isn't listed on the injury report ahead of Monday's Game 4 matchup with the Pistons. Snell had been listed as doubtful ahead of the Bucks' 119-103 win over Game 3, but he ended up playing the final 1:10 of the contest. It marked Snell's first appearance in any game since March 24 after the sprained left ankle had sidelined him for 10 straight contest. His removal from the injury report suggests that Snell incurred no setbacks coming out of Game 3, but it's unclear if he'll have a rotation spot waiting for him Monday with Khris Middleton, Sterling Brown, Pat Connaughton and George Hill perhaps ranking above him in the pecking order on the wing.
Snell (ankle), according to coach Mike Budenholzer, has a "small" chance of playing during Saturday's Game 3 against the Pistons, Malika Andrews of ESPN.com reports. There's little reason for the Bucks to rush Snell back, as they've been taking care of business against the short-handed Pistons. It's likely Snell will end up making his return during the second round of the playoffs.
Snell (ankle) will remain out for Wednesday's Game 2 against the Pistons, Keith Langlois of the Pistons' official site reports. Snell has been out since March 26 with a sprained ankle. Though there seems to be optimism Snell can return soon, he'll won't take the floor during Game 2. His next chance to play arrives Saturday.
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