Vaughn will start at shooting guard in Wednesday's game against the Celtics, Charles F. Gardner of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
With the Bucks electing to rest both Khris Middleton and Tony Snell in the final game of the season, Rashad Vaughn will get the boost into Wednesday's starting five. In his one other start this season, Vaughn ended up playing just five minutes before being benched for the remainder of the contest, but with Milwaukee fairly light on backcourt depth Wednesday, he'll likely see some more time, especially if he gets off to a good start. However, the Bucks will also likely want to see what they have in the newly-signed Gary Payton II, so the former Oregon State standout should get some added run as well.
Vaughn logged four minutes in Monday's 112-98 win over the 76ers, recording no points and one rebound.
Vaughn received a spot start against the Nuggets back on March 1, but he only saw five minutes in that contest and has since dropped out of the rotation in the Bucks' subsequent three contests. The second-year player likely finds himself as a low man in the pecking order in the backcourt and could head to the inactive list once Michael Beasley (knee) is healthy again.
Vaughn will start at shooting guard in Wednesday's game against the Nuggets.
In a surprising move, head coach Jason Kidd will put the second-year player out of UNLV into the starting lineup to replace the injured Michael Beasley (knee). Vaughn's appearances have been limited this season, and he hasn't been productive even when he has seem additional minutes, so he's not a safe play in DFS on Wednesday night. Additionally, Kidd said that Middleton is still available to play around 30 minutes against Denver, meaning that Vaughn's time on the floor could be short-lived in the end.
Vaughn (illness) will be available for Friday's game against the Nuggets, C.F. Gardner of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Vaughn doesn't see consistent minutes for the Bucks, playing in only 20 games so far this season, and averaging 11.5 per game when he does. Unless he starts seeing more minutes, he'll likely continue to be a fantasy non-factor.
Vaughn is dealing with an illness and has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Jazz, C.F. Gardner of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Vaughn is headed for the inactive list, as he doesn't feel well enough to take the court. He's been in and out of the rotation over the last week, playing 30 minutes on Friday against the Raptors, before being held out entirely against the Celtics on Saturday. That said, even when healthy, his fluctuation of minutes makes him a risky fantasy play and for the most part, can be ignored in everything but the deepest of leagues.
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