MILWAUKEE (AP) -Leading scorer Michael Redd will miss the Milwaukee Bucks' final six games of the season, the team announced Monday.
Redd missed two games with pain in his left knee before he aggravated the problem when he scored 25 points in Saturday night's overtime loss to the New York Knicks, general manager Larry Harris said.
``After consulting with our team physicians, the best course of action for Michael going forward is to rest and rehabilitate his knee,'' Harris said. ``We expect him to make a full recovery.''
Redd averaged 26.7 points in 53 games for the Bucks this season, the team's high since Kareem Abdul-Jabbar averaged 30 points in 1974-75.

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