MILWAUKEE (AP) -Bucks guard Michael Redd did not play Friday night against the Washington Wizards after bruising his left thigh against the Miami Heat on Wednesday.
The Bucks' leading scorer, averaging 23.4 points, is listed as day-to-day and coach Larry Krystkowiak said he wasn't sure if Redd would make a two-game road trip that begins Sunday at Charlotte.
Redd, who had played in all 31 of the Bucks' previous games, said he was hurt in the 103-98 victory over the Heat when he was kneed in the thigh and had trouble moving around.
Charlie Bell replaced Redd in the lineup against the Wizards.
The Bucks also were without backup center Jake Voskuhl, who was hurt Monday against Detroit. Krystkowiak said Voskuhl was having an MRI test on Friday night after injuring his hip.

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