Starting off the season 0-3, the Bucks are in need for some positivity. The team received just that on Monday afternoon, as it was announced that forward Jabari Parker, who has missed almost a year of action from a torn ACL, has been cleared to play Wednesday at home against the Philadelphia 76ers.

It’s unclear how much Parker will play, but I would expect him to start and play 20 minutes or less. The Bucks will gradually get him playing time and back into the speed of the game. Parker will be active tonight against the Nets, but will not play.

Guard Tyler Ennis, who had surgery on a torn labrum, has also been cleared to play on Wednesday.

“We’re very excited to have both Jabari and Tyler medically cleared to play for us”

– Bucks coach Jason Kidd

The Bucks take on the Brooklyn Nets tonight at 6:30 PM CT.

Image: Parker