After missing the last 10 games, O.J Mayo is finally back on the court.
Mayo checked in during the firs quarter against the Denver Nuggets tonight.
Mayo has missed the last 10 games due to an illness and a lack of a role.
Mayo was the Bucks big free agent signing this past offseason after spending a season with the Dallas Mavericks. The Bucks signed the former USC standout to a 3-yr $24million contract.
The Bucks traded guards Luke Ridnour and Gary Neal today to the Charlotte Bobcats for Ramon Sessions.
The free up guard spots may allow Mayo to get back into the rotation.
Brandan Knight, Nate Wolters, Khris Middleton, Giannis Antetokounmpo have received minutes at the guard spots also.
Mayo has averaged just 12.2 points on a career low 39.6% shooting.