By Kuldeep Rathore
Kevin Durant has not yet played for Phoenix
Both Landry Shamet (right foot pain) and Kevin Durant (right MCL injury) will miss Sunday's Suns-Bucks game at Fiserv Forum.
Since his last game, which was on January 8 against Miami, Durant has yet to appear for Phoenix.
The two-time playoffs MVP, who has an average of 29.7 points this year, was acquired by Phoenix (33-28) in a splashy deal just before the Feb. 9 deadline.
Shamet hasn't played since January 16 at Memphis because he will be assessed once more the following week. The Suns visit Charlotte on Wednesday to resume their road journey.
Wesley Matthews (right calf strain) is listed out for Sunday's contest, while Giannis Antetokounmpo (right quad bruise) is listed as questionable.
After recovering from an injured right wrist, Antetokounmpo played six minutes in Friday's victory over Miami before exiting the game in the first quarter.
After he slammed knees with a Heat player, he was initially identified with a knee injury.
After being acquired as part of the Durant trade and being sent to Brooklyn before being traded to Milwaukee, Jae Crowder made his Bucks introduction on Friday (42-17).
The seasoned forward played 16 minutes off the bench Friday as the Bucks won their 13th straight game and tallied nine points while hitting 2-of-2 on three-pointers.