Brown (back) is active and coming off the bench for Tuesday's Game 2 against the Celtics, Malika Andrews of ESPN.com reports. Brown is good to go, but coach Mike Budenholzer will opt to start Nikola Mirotic instead. In a bench role this season, Brown is averaging 5.5 points, 2.9 rebounds and 1.3 assists in 16.5 minutes.
Brown (back) will be a game-time decision for Tuesday's Game 2 against the Celtics, Jay King of The Athletic reports. Brown has been deemed probable, so it would be a surprise if he ended up sitting out Tuesday's contest. If the unexpected happens, Tony Snell would likely be in line to see some minutes.
Brown (back) is considered probable for Game 2 against the Celtics on Tuesday. Brown was forced to leave Sunday's matchup due to back spasms, but he's expected to be ready to roll for the second contest of the series. He finished with three points (1-7 FG, 1-3 3Pt) and three boards over 22 minutes. The Bucks looked discombobulated on both ends of the court in Game 1, so Brown's return to action will help their cause.
Brown is questionable to return to Sunday's game against Boston with back spasms, Malika Andrews of ESPN.com reports. It's currently unclear what aggravated Brown's back to take him out of the game, but he'll be questionable to return Sunday. Expect more information to come out in the post-game if he isn't able to retake the floor.
Brown provided nine points (3-7 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 3-4 FT), 13 rebounds, six assists and a steal in 27 minutes during Monday's win over Detroit. Brown had a fantastic all-around game, nearing a double-double and dishing out a team-high six dimes. The second-year guard has done a sterling job filling in for usual starter Malcolm Brogdon, who's out at least until the beginning of the second round. It's unclear when exactly Brogdon will make his return, but when he does, Brown will likely see his role diminished some.
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