Brown collected 16 points (6-16 FG, 3-8 3Pt, 1-2 FT), six rebounds, three assists and a block in 36 minutes during the Bucks' 109-95 loss to the Nuggets on Monday.
Brown had a nasty dunk on Michael Porter Jr. for two of his 11 first-half points -- a factor in the competitive 62-54 halftime score. Still, the Bucks were playing without their top four leading scorers, so this performance can't be considered any sort of breakout for Brown.
Brown will start Monday's game against the Nuggets, T.J. McBride of MileHighSports.com reports.
Brown will get a chance to run with the first unit Monday evening as the Bucks have decided to shake up their starting five due to a handful of injuries. This marks Brown's first start of the 2019-20 campaign.
Brown supplied zero points (0-3 FG, 0-2 3PT), one rebound and one assist across three minutes Tuesday in the Bucks' 120-108 win over the Pelicans.
Brown checked into the game with three minutes remaining in the third quarter and the Bucks leading by 17, but he was back on the bench for the game's final 12 minutes while New Orleans kept things reasonably competitive. At this stage, Brown looks to be firmly behind Khris Middleton, Wesley Matthews, Donte DiVincenzo, Pat Connaughton and Kyle Korver in the pecking order at the two wing spots.
Brown (illness) is no longer listed on the injury report for Tuesday's game against Washington.
Brown sat out of Saturday's matchup with the Hornets due to illness, but it appears he's back at full strength heading into Tuesday's clash. He's struggled to see consistent minutes even when healthy of late, averaging just 10 minutes over his last five games.
Brown was ruled out for Friday's game versus the Hornets with an illness.
Brown has played only seven total minutes over the last three games, so his absence is unlikely to significantly impact Milwaukee's rotation Friday.
Brown compiled 11 points (3-7 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 3-3 FT), 12 rebounds, three assists, a steal and a block in 18 minutes during Friday's 127-106 victory over the Kings.
After Milwaukee's weak second quarter, Brown first entered the game in the third to provide a spark the team seemed to lack. The 24-year-old would take full advantage, putting up his first double-double in his NBA career. It may be a breakout performance for the third-year guard, who has missed 13 out of the Bucks 40 contests, that could cement him a more defined spot in the team's rotation.
Brown (coach's decision) did not see the floor in Wednesday's 106-104 win over the Timberwolves.
Brown has been held to single digits in scoring in 16 straight showings and remained on the bench for the entirety of this one. He has been dreadful from the field thus far this season, with shooting splits of 38.6 percent overall, 33.3 percent from three and 74.1 percent from the charity stripe across 25 appearances. Moreover, he doesn't offer much in the way of counting stats, so he's best reserved for use in the deepest formats.
Brown posted six points (1-7 FG, 0-5 3Pt, 4-5 FT), one steal and one block in 20 minutes of action Saturday in the Bucks' blowout win over the Knicks, 123-102.
Brown has not provided much of an impact for the Bucks since returning from a shoulder injury which sidelined him for four games. In his last seven games, Brown has shot a mediocre 29.7 percent from the floor, and 31.6 percent from beyond the arc. The third-year guard is averaging just 5.5 points, 4.1 rebounds, and 1.2 assists in 22 games played this season. As long as he continues to come off the bench, Brown does not belong on the vast majority of fantasy rosters.
Brown (shoulder) is available for Wednesday's matchup against the Pistons, Matt Velazquez of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
A sprained right shoulder has sidelined Brown for the past three games, but he should re-enter the rotation Wednesday. Across his past five appearances, he's averaging 6.0 points, 5.4 rebounds and 1.6 assists in 19.8 minutes.
Brown (shoulder) is questionable for Wednesday's game against the Pistons.
Brown has been sidelined for the last three games due to a right shoulder sprain. How he fares in morning shootaround and pregame warmups will likely determine whether he's cleared to play. Donte DiVincenzo and Pat Connaughton would continue to benefit if Brown is ruled out.
Brown will not play Monday against the Knicks.
It'll be the third straight absence for Brown, who's still battling a sprained shoulder. He saw some increased run while Khris Middleton was on the shelf, but with Middleton now back in the lineup, Brown will likely see a downtick in workload once he's healthy.
Brown (shoulder) won't play Saturday against the Hornets.
A sprained right AC joint will prevent Brown from taking the court, marking his second consecutive absence. His next opportunity to play arrives Monday against the Knicks.
Brown is listed as out for Friday's game against the Cavaliers with a sprained AC joint in his right shoulder.
The third-year wing likely picked up the injury at some point during Wednesday's 111-102 win over the Hawks. Kyle Korver (elbow) and Thanasis Antetokounmpo (illness) were also ruled out Friday, which could force the Bucks to rely more heavily on Khris Middleton, Wesley Matthews and Donte DiVincenzo.
Brown finished with 12 points (5-9 FG, 1-2 3PT, 1-1 FT), three rebounds, two steals and one assist during Sunday's 121-119 win at the Thunder.
Brown has played 13 or more minutes in four of his last five appearances, although this was the first time he scored in double digits. As things stand right now, he is not going to have a lot of value going forward -- even if Khris Middleton is forced to miss time due to the injury he sustained Sunday.
Brown finished with nine points (3-4 FG, 3-3 3Pt, 0-0 FT) and three rebounds in 13 minutes of a 115-105 win against the Toronto Raptors on Saturday.
Brown finished perfect from downtown in the win, however he was limited to just 13 minutes despite starter Wes Matthews (ankle) leaving the game with an injury. If Matthews is unable to go on Monday, it could open up minutes, however it looks like other players on the Bucks bench such as George Hill would be the bigger beneficiaries. Milwaukee plays the Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday.
Brown (rest) will be available for Friday's exhibition against Dallas.
Brown was kept out of Wednesday's matchup due to rest purposes, but he'll get some minutes Friday night, especially with Eric Bledsoe (ribs) out of the mix.
Brown will not play in Wednesday's contest against Utah due to rest, Matt Velazquez of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Brown, along with teammate Ersan Ilysova, will be sidelined in Wednesday's meaningless preseason game to rest up. Brown will likely be ready to go Friday against Dallas.
Brown compiled 12 points (4-6 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 2-2 FT), nine rebounds, and one block in 23 minutes during Monday's 122-112 preseason victory over the Bulls.
Brown played 23 minutes as a member of the starting unit Monday, coming within one rebound of a double-double. The Bucks were resting multiple players for this one which meant others, such as Brown, saw extended run. He should be a part of the rotation come opening night but is going to find it very difficult to have any real fantasy value.
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.
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