Results from an MRI have come back on Milwaukee Bucks point guard Luke Ridnour and they don’t show any kind of fracture. That means Ridnour should be able to play tonight when the Bucks face the Detroit Pistons at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
Ridnour hurt his wrist in the Bucks loss to San Antonio on Sunday night.
Ridnour has started 8 of the last 10 games for the Bucks and played well, despite the team losing nine straight games and going without a victory in 2014.
The Bucks are at the halfway mark of the season with tonight’s game. The
7-33 record is the worst in the league. The Bucks will play four of their next five games at home.
The Pistons are 2-0 against the Bucks this season, pulling out 113-94 and 105-98 wins over the Bucks. Detroit is 17-24 and has lost 8 of its last 11 games. Former Buck Brandon Jennings was held without a point in that game for the second time this season.