Injury report: 3 Thunder players out; Bucks stars ‘likely’ available

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The injury report will make the Oklahoma City Thunder’s task against the Milwaukee Bucks a little harder. Oklahoma City will have three players out against Milwaukee on Sunday night. Meanwhile, the Bucks will “likely” have all three of their stars available for the preseason game, according to Thunder reporter Nick Gallo.

Big Derrick Favors, wing Kenrich Williams and guard/forward Vit Krejci are out for the Thunder.

Favors is going through conditioning as he prepares for the season, Thunder head coach Mark Daigneault said. Williams is out with a toe injury and Krejci is out for personal reasons.

On the Bucks side, Giannis Antetokounmpo (knee), Khris Middleton (hamstring) and Jrue Holiday (rest) will likely be available, head coach Mike Budenholzer said, per Gallo.

If they are available, it would be the first preseason game for all three of the players. None of them appeared in either of the first two Milwaukee games, both of which were losses.

ESPN lists Bobby Portis, Semi Ojeleye and Rodney Hood as out. Grayson Allen and George Hill were listed as day-to-day, along with Antetokounmpo, Middleton and Holiday.

The game is scheduled to tip off at 6:30 p.m. Central Time. Watch on Bally Sports Oklahoma as the Thunder try to pick up their first preseason win.

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