Khris Middleton has recovered from the injury that cost him significant part of the playoffs, per Milwaukee Bucks’ GM Jon Horst.
According to Horst, the star forward has returned to the floor and is working to get back to form and be ready for the next season.
Jon Horst gives an update on Khris Middleton: pic.twitter.com/ha8pA1D4FB
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Khris Middleton suffered an MCL sprain in the first round and was ultimately sidelined for the rest of the postseason. His absence hurt the Bucks, who got eliminated in the Eastern Conference semi-finals by the Boston Celtics in seven games (3-4).
With Middleton healthy next season, Milwaukee will aim to return to title contention. The veteran forward posted 20.1 points, 5.4 rebounds and 5.4 assists last season.