TORONTO (AP) -Bucks center Andrew Bogut was scheduled to return to the lineup Friday night, coming off the bench against Toronto after missing Milwaukee's past eight games because of back spasms.
Coach Scott Skiles said Bogut would be limited to about 15 minutes, probably in three short spurts.
The first overall pick in the 2005 draft, Bogut is averaging 11.8 points and 10.4 rebounds. The Bucks are winless in two games since guard Michael Redd's season-ending knee injury in a home victory over Sacramento on Jan. 24.
Guard Luke Ridnour was in the starting lineup for Milwaukee two days after leaving a loss at Indiana with a concussion.

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