(WNFL) - Milwaukee Bucks' point guard Brandon Knight could return to action tonight, when the Bucks play the 76'ers in Philadelphia. Knight has been out for 10 days with a nagging injury to his right hamstring suffered in Milwaukee's season opener at New York. He returned to play against Dallas and Miami before he was shut down again. Knight made the trip to Philly, and he'll be checked out today to see if he can play. He says it's been draining to see the Bucks struggle. They've lost six straight games, and they have the worst record in the N-B-A's Eastern Conference at 2-and-8 -- due mainly to a rash of injuries. The 21-year-old Knight was expected to provide a spark for the Bucks, after he arrived from Detroit in the trade that sent Brandon Jennings to the Pistons. Rookie Nate Wolters has started seven games in Knight's absence.
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