The Milwaukee Bucks announced Monday that second-year forward Jabari Parker (right mid-foot sprain) will stay home while his teammates embark on a three-game road trip.

Parker, 20, had been showing flashes since making his season debut two weeks ago.

He has played five games since returning from left knee surgery.

From the press release:

A magnetic resonance imaging exam revealed a mid-foot (talonavicular joint) sprain. The Bucks announced Parker would undergo additional testing.

 

Parker was limited to 25 games last season when he tore his left anterior cruciate ligament in a game at Phoenix on Dec. 15, and he underwent surgery on Jan. 5.

 

Parker had two spectacular dunks in the game against Cleveland and finished with 12 points. […] Parker suffered a fractured right foot in July 2012 when he was playing for Team USA in the FIBA Under-17 World Championship in Lithuania.