HOUSTON (AP) — Jerry Stackhouse will join the Bucks when they return to Milwaukee and may see action in their next game on Wednesday.
The Bucks and Stackhouse have agreed to a contract for the rest of this season, and coach Scott Skiles says he will be activated for Wednesday’s game against Toronto.
The Bucks are in need of a scoring threat after guard Michael Redd suffered a season-ending knee injury last Sunday. Milwaukee played Houston on Monday, the last leg of a six-game road trip.
The 35-year-old Stackhouse played in only 10 games for Dallas last season. He was traded to Memphis in July, then became an unrestricted free agent the next day.