Mason (abdomen) had 26 points (10-19 FG, 5-9 3Pt, 1-1 FT), three rebounds and three assists in Saturday's 134-118 win over the Main Red Claws. Mason saw only 21 minutes but made efficient use of his time on the court. The 25-year-old appears fully recovered from the abdominal strain that sidelined him during the back half of January.
Mason (abdomen) is probable for Friday's matchup against the Nuggets. Mason hasn't appeared in any games, NBA or G League, after Jan. 11 due to a strained abdomen. However, he may take the court for the Bucks on Friday, especially since George Hill (hamstring) is out.
Mason (oblique) is listed out for Saturday's game against Brooklyn. Mason remains out with an oblique strain. His next chance to return comes Monday against the Bulls.
Mason has been ruled out for Tuesday's game against the Knicks with a strained oblique. One of Milwaukee's two two-way players, Mason has spent most of the campaign with the G League's Wisconsin Herd. The 2017 second-round pick most recently logged 33 minutes in the Herd's 131-123 win over the Canton Charge on Saturday, but the likely picked up the oblique injury along the way. Mason can be viewed as day-to-day for now, and once he's eventually moved past the injury, he'll likely be dispatched back to the Herd so he can play regularly.
Mason is with the Bucks for Sunday's game against Indiana, Matt Velazquez of the Journal Sentinel reports. Eric Bledsoe (leg) is injured and George Hill (thigh) is questionable, so the Bucks brought Mason up from with the Wisconsin Herd as an emergency option. If Hill is ultimately able to play, Mason will likely be inactive, per coach Mike Budenholzer.
Last 7 Games
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