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2020 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
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  • Bucks' Luca Vildoza: Joining Milwaukee for camp

    Vildoza signed a non-guaranteed camp deal with the Bucks on Saturday, Keith Smith of Spotrac.com reports. Vildoza joined the Bucks in early April last year but never ended up seeing the court. He's the 2020 Spanish ACB League Finals MVP.
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  • Bucks' Luca Vildoza: Cleared for Game 5

    Vildoza (illness) isn't listed on the injury report for Wednesday's Game 5 against the Bulls. Vildoza made his NBA debut during the Bucks' Game 3 blowout win, but he was ruled out for Game 4 due to a non-COVID illness. Nonetheless, his availability for Game 5 isn't expected to impact Milwaukee's rotation.
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  • Bucks' Luca Vildoza: Dealing with non-COVID illness

    Vildoza has been ruled out for Sunday's Game 4 in Chicago due to a non-COVID illness. Vildoza will be forced to miss at least one contest after making his NBA debut during Friday's blowout win. The Argentinian guard's absence isn't expected to impact Milwaukee's rotation.
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  • Bucks' Luca Vildoza: Off injury report

    Vildoza (coach's decision) is not on the injury report ahead of Sunday's Game 1 against the Bulls. The guard hasn't debuted for Milwaukee since joining the team in early April, though it appears he'll be available to suit up in the postseason. It would be shocking to see him on the court for any significant amount of time, however.
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  • Bucks' Luca Vildoza: Won't play Sunday

    Vildoza (coach's decision) won't play Sunday against the Cavaliers. Despite the Bucks expected to rest plenty of players for the finale, Vildoza still won't make his team debut after signing with the team earlier in the month.
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  • Bucks' Luca Vildoza: Won't debut Saturday

    Vildoza is listed as out for Friday's game against the Pistons due to a coach's decision. Coach Mike Budenholzer seemingly isn't ready to give the recently-signed Vildoza a look ahead of the postseason, though there's only one more chance, Sunday against the Cavaliers. Regardless, Vildoza figures only to act as an emergency option in the backcourt for Milwaukee.
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  • Bucks' Luca Vildoza: Signing with Milwaukee

    Vildoza (foot) is expected to finalize a two-year contract with the Bucks in the coming days, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Vildoza, the 2020 Spanish ACB League Finals MVP, signed a four-year deal with the Knicks last May and was expected to make his NBA debut this fall, but he suffered a foot injury during Las Vegas Summer League play and later underwent surgery. The Knicks ultimately waived him in October, but after months of recovery, Vildoza has been given a clean bill of health. Once the deal is finalized, Vildoza will likely require some ramp-up time, so he presumably won't be ready to play for the Bucks until the postseason. The 2022-23 campaign will thus count as his rookie season, assuming he remains on the Milwaukee roster.
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  • Knicks' Luca Vildoza: Waived by Knicks

    The Knicks waived Vildoza (ankle) on Sunday. After joining New York on a non-guaranteed four-year, $13.6 million deal last May, the 25-year-old point guard will leave the Knicks without having even played in a preseason game. Vildoza competed for the Argentinian national team at the Olympics in Tokyo before joining the Knicks' summer league squad, but he sprained his right ankle in his lone appearance in Las Vegas. The injury was still plaguing him heading into training camp, as he arrived in New York sporting a boot on his right foot. With Vildoza still several weeks away from returning to the court, the Knicks opted to cut him loose rather than having him tie up a roster spot.
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  • Knicks' Luca Vildoza: Sports boot to training camp

    Vildoza (foot) is in a walking boot and didn't practice Tuesday, Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News reports. Vildoza missed the Knicks' final three Summer League games as he dealt with a sore right foot. New York lured the Argentinian away from the EuroLeague club Baskonia this offseason by signing him to a four-year, $13.6 million deal. The 26-year-old is viewed as a long-term prospect. However, it appears the Knicks' timeline for championship contention has been sped up with the emergence of Julius Randle and the acquisition of Kemba Walker, which may make Vildoza an expendable commodity if he isn't able to play during the preseason.
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  • Knicks' Luca Vildoza: Out again Monday

    Vildoza (foot) will not be available for Monday's Summer League game against the Hawks, Ian Begley of SNY reports. Vildoza will miss a third straight contest due to a sore right foot as the Knicks close out their stint in Las Vegas. The Argentinian appeared in two Summer League games, totaling three assists, two rebounds and one steal in 13 minutes.
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  • Knicks' Luca Vildoza: Out Wednesday

    Vildoza (foot) won't play in Wednesday's Summer League game against the Lakers. Vildoza is currently dealing with a sore right foot and is considered day-to-day. His next chance to suit up will come Friday against the Pistons.
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  • Knicks' Luca Vildoza: En route to New York

    Vildoza is scheduled to report to New York on Friday to join the Knicks ahead of their first-round playoff series with the Hawks, Marc Berman of the New York Post reports. The Knicks lured Vildoza away from the EuroLeague club Baskonia earlier this month, inking him to a four-year, $13.6 million deal. Due to travel restrictions, Vildoza has yet to take part in a formal practice with his new team, so the Knicks likely won't be counting on him having much of a role, if any, during the postseason. The 25-year-old guard is viewed as more of a long-term prospect for New York.
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