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The Milwaukee Bucks have regained their momentum in the past few weeks, and now they are also benefiting from improved player health.

Jae Crowder has received medical clearance to make his return to the court for Milwaukee in Wednesday’s game against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Crowder had been sidelined for over two months after undergoing surgery for a left adductor and abdominal tear.

The injury occurred during the Bucks’ defeat to the Orlando Magic on November 11. In Crowder’s absence, Milwaukee has managed to distribute rotation minutes among multiple players at the forward positions.