Donte DiVincenzo Assigned to G-League and Could Return In December

The Milwaukee Bucks (15-9) have actually definitely turned things around because their 6-8 start to the season, going 9-1 in their last 10 video games. With a motivating stretch of video games and current acquisitions of DeMarcus Cousins and Wesley Matthews, Bucks fans got more trigger to prepare for ongoing success as The Athletic’s Shams Charania reported that Donte DiVincenzo is nearing a possible December return.

The 2021 champ hasn’t played because tearing a ligament in his left ankle throughout the Bucks’ first-round match versus the Miami Heat in May of 2021. DiVincenzo broke out last season, beginning 66 video games and balancing 10.4 points, 5.8 rebounds, and 3.1 helps per video game.

However, with the development of Grayson Allen in the beginning lineup, DiVincenzo will have the capability to be relieved back into the lineup when the time comes, contributing substantial minutes off the bench.

In the meantime, DiVincenzo will be dressing for the Bucks G-League affiliate, the Wisconsin Herd, as he inches closer to his return date.

Both DiVincenzo and Brook Lopez – who’s stayed out because the season opener with a lower back injury – are Milwaukee’s most prepared for returnees from injury.

The Herd’s next video game will be this Sunday versus the Cleveland Charge.

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