Terrence Ross Returns to the Bubble, Will Miss Game Vs. Nets

Terrence Ross left the bubble after Sunday's loss to the Celtics due to a "personal matter" that required off-site tests. The team has said that the "league-physician advised tests" came back negative. Because T-Ross had to leave the bubble, he will not be able to play until he clears quarantine which means he will miss Tuesday's game against the Nets.

The Magic are locked into the 8th seed so the last two games will have no impact on their first-round opponent, the Milwaukee Bucks.

Ross has been up-and-down in the bubble. He's scored in double-figures in four of the six games including back-to-back 20+ point performances but he's also had a game where he went 0-10 (0-4 from 3) from the field and finished the game with 0 points.

For the season, Ross is averaging 14.7 points per game and shooting 40.3% from the field and 35.1% from 3.

The Magic start their playoff series against the Bucks on August 17th.


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