Milwaukee Bucks' Antetokounmpo Out For Tuesday's Game Against Toronto Raptors

The Milwaukee Bucks will be without their superstar forward for at least another game. The team declared Gainnis Antetokounmpo out for Tuesday night's game against the Toronto Raptors. Tonight's game will mark Antetokounmpo's fourth-straight missed game with left knee soreness. He last played on January 11th in a 114-105 win over the Atlanta Hawks. He struggled as a scorer, hitting only three of 10 from the field and one of four from the line for seven total points, but he affected the game in other ways, logging 18 rebounds and 10 assists. 

Antetokounmpo has been his typically dominant self this season, averaging a 31.0 ppg, 11.9 rbg, and 5.3 apg. At 28-16, the Bucks are third in the Eastern Conference and can afford to get by for a little while without him. When he and injured three-time All Star Khris Middleton eventually return to the lineup, the Bucks will go right back to being one of the NBA's most dangerous teams.

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