Snell will come off the bench for Friday's Game 3 matchup with the Celtics, Brian Robb of BostonSportsJournal.com reports. Snell will be replaced in the first-unit by second-year guard Malcolm Brogdon. The team is down 0-2 to Boston, and it looks like Snell will be the odd man out as they look to make some changes. He struggled in the first two games of the series by posting just 2.0 points, 2.5 rebounds, and 1.0 blocks across 27.7 minutes, and will likely see his workload decrease Friday.
Snell (ankle) returned to Saturday's game against the Knicks, Matt Velazquez of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Snell got his ankle re-taped and checked back into the contest. An update on his injury may be provided after the game.
Snell sprained his right ankle during Saturday's game against the Knicks and is questionable to return, Matt Velazquez of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Snell stepped on teammate John Henson's foot, causing the injury. If he doesn't return to the contest, he should be considered questionable for the team's next game Monday against Orlando.
Snell recorded just one rebound and nothing else in 16 minutes during Thursday's 119-111 loss to Brooklyn. Snell continues to start for the Bucks but offers basically nothing in both fantasy and reality. As soon as the team starts getting some players back, there is a good chance Snell falls out of the rotation completely based on his recent form.
Snell had only three points on 1-of-5 shooting, to go along with three rebounds, one assist, and one steal in 26 minutes during Thursday's 116-107 victory over Golden State. Snell moved back into the starting lineup at the expense of Jason Terry but was basically invisible on both ends of the floor. The Bucks really need Malcolm Brogdon (quad) and Matthew Dellavedova (ankle) to return, and when this happens, there is a chance Snell falls out of the rotation altogether. Leave him alone unless you are extremely desperate for, well nothing really.
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