Milwaukee Bucks guard Tyler Ennis had to wait his turn.
Thirty times this season he did not play a minute — 24 times by coach’s decision and six times on the inactive list on game night.
But look at his minutes played over the last four games — 28, 23, 26 and a career-high 31 against Chicago on Sunday.
“He’s definitely putting himself in a better position,” Bucks coach Jason Kidd said after practice Monday. “Taking advantage of the time on the floor.
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