The Milwaukee Bucks have a healthy roster for the first time this season. Jabari Parker will return to the starting lineup tonight when the Bucks face the Cavaliers in Cleveland and guard O.J. Mayo will play for the first time this season, getting a clean bill of health from a hamstring injury.
Parker missed Tuesday’s game at Washington due to a sprained right foot but rejoined the team in Cleveland yesterday.
Mayo hasn’t played in the first 11 games after suffering a hamstring strain in the final preseason game at Minnesota.
The Bucks are 5-6 after their 115-86 loss to the Wizards on Tuesday night. They beat the Cavaliers in their first meeting, a double overtime game in Milwaukee on Saturday night.
The Bucks bench has been outscored for much of the season and Mayo could help boost that bench production with his return.